This gently used Yamaha YM40 3.5-octave Standard Padauk Marimba is priced nearly $600 below new ones.

YM-403 1/2 Octave Standard Padauk Marimba

  • Range: C3 – F6
  • Graduated Padauk Bars (1 1/2" to 2" Width x 1" Thickness) Exclusive Yamaha tuning method ensures true pitch and full sound
  • Height Adjustable Frame: 32.5" - 37"
  • Brushed Tan Resonators with cutaway design and 2 position tracking system allows two resonator height settings for pitch and tone control in varying climate conditions
  • 3" Casters (2 locking)
  • Padauk wood bars provide natural wood sound and feel
  • Graduated bars produce a full tone and projection throughout the instrument's range
  • Compact size fits well in rehearsal setting or where space/storage is limited
  • Durable frame's lower crossbar support maintains stability and, therefore, playability
  • Locking casters on player side are easy to reach, and they secure the instrument while playing

Stored in a smoke free home and used in smoke free playing environments.

Local pick-up only - Located in the Cincinnati Ohio area

This item is sold as-is so please look at the photos.


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Listeda month ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • YM40 3.5-octave Standard Padauk Marimba
Finish
  • Padauk bars
Categories
Year
  • post-2000(?)
Made In
  • Japan

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