Distinguished timpanists from around the world talk their initial encounters with the instrument as well as their current activities, and share their opinions on Yamaha Timpani.
From high-end models designed to meet the sonic demands of professional players through entry-level models that provide an optimum balance between portability and tone, Yamaha offers Timpani that meet a wide range of requirements. This section describes the differences between each series.
Pedal Balance Spring System
(TP-7300, 6300, 4300, 3100 Series)
This type of pedal mechanism facilitates glissandos and other advanced playing techniques. The tensions of the pedal spring and Timpani head are balanced so that the set pitch is maintained even if the player removes his or her foot from the pedal.
Hammered Copper Bowls
Precise, uniform hammering applied to copper bowls results in significantly improved attack, sustain, and pitch definition. The sound is clear with solid, well-defined lows.
Copper is the traditional Timpani shell material. Techniques handed down through the centuries are augmented by modern technology and refinements that are applied to high-purity copper to achieve a well-rounded tone that is both deep and clear.
(TP-4300, 3100 Series)
Lightweight aluminum bowls are the key to superior portability and handling. Yamaha technology ensures that they deliver sound that is close to that of our high-end models.
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- TP-7300 Series
Hammered copper bowls providing unparalleled tone quality, the PAC system, and sleek design make the 7300 Professional Series the best choice for collegiate and professional timpanists.
- TP-6300 Series
The copper bowls, sleek design, and superior sound quality make the 6300 Intermediate Series a superior choice for high school and college timpanists.