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YM-460

Owners Manual

CONCERT MARIMBAS YM-460/460F/410D/410/410F/46/41/ 2400/2400R

(2) Make sure to read the Safety Precautions on page 22 and the PRECAUTIONS on page 23.

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This icon urges you to pay caution (includes dangers and warnings).

This icon indicates actions that are prohibited.

This icon indicates special instructions that should be strictly followed.

Before you use the concert marimba, carefully read the instructions listed below and the owners manual.

Cautions when setting the instrument. Never place the instrument on an sloping, unstable, etc., platform. The instrument may fall or overturn and result in injury.

Cautions for treatment of the instrument.

Never lean on or climb onto the instrument. The instrument may fall and result in injury.

Do not play or roughhouse around the instrument. Bumping into the instrument may result in injury. It may also cause instrument may also fall over. Keep children away from the instrument.

If an earthquake occurs, strong shocks caused by the earthquake may overturn the instrument or cause it to move about. Stay away from the instrument during earthquakes.

Cautions when moving the instrument.

Warning Disregard of the warnings with this mark or misuse may result in death or personal injury.

Safety Precautions

Using the Concert Marimba Safely The concert marimba is a large and heavy instrument that gets used in various places by persons of all ages,

so please obey the following instructions regarding their regular care and placement. Especially in the case of children, a responsible adult should provide proper instruction on

how to use and treat the marimba before use.

Preventing Injuries Make sure that all precautions described below are obeyed

Icons are used in this section to promote the safe use of this product, and to prevent you and others from harm and property damage. Please fully understand the meaning of the icons before reading the manual.

About the

Icons For example: Do not disassemble.

Hold the instrument by the frame end and push forward slowly.

When moving the instrument on its casters, only move across smooth, flat surfaces. Hold the instrument by its frame end and push forward slowly.

When moving the instrument on its casters.

1. Avoid moving the instrument across surfaces that are sloped, uneven, or graveled. The concert marimba can collapse and/or get out of control.

2. Do not run with the instrument. The instrument may become impossible to stop, crash into a wall, and cause serious injury.

3. If the instrument must be lifted, do so with at least two (2) persons. Lift the instrument by its frame ends using both hands. Holding the rail sec- tion can result in the instrument dropping or falling off. Never hold the instrument anywhere other than the frame ends.

Moving the instrument up or down stairs should never be done with the instrument assembled. Doing so is a danger as parts can fall off, or you can loose balance causing the instrument to fall over. Only move the instrument after it has been disassembled.

* Approximate weights for concert marimbas are given in the following chart.

YM-41 41 kg (90 lbs 6 oz) YM-410 49 kg (108 lbs) YM-460/2400R 55 kg (121 lbs 4 oz)

YM-46 44 kg (97 lbs) YM-410F 55 kg (121 lbs 4 oz) YM-460F/2400 61 kg (134 lbs 8 oz)

YM-410D 55 kg (121 lbs 4 oz)

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Caution Injury or handicaps to persons caused by the disregard of warnings with this mark or, misuse of the instrument, may result in the loss of personal property.

Please change cracked tone bars as soon as possible. Cracked tone bars have sharp edges that can cut hands.

If the instrument is often moved, bolts, parts, etc., may become loose. After moving the instrument, check and make sure all bolts, parts, etc., are firmly fastened. Firmly tighten all loose items.

Do not use the hammer for anything other than playing the instrument. It may be the cause of injury or accidents. Do not let children strike other, etc., with the mallet. Do not allow such dangerous behavior to take place.

When assembling, be careful not to pinch your fingers or hands. Take special care when assembling rails and resona- tor pipes. Two persons should carry out this part of the assembly, double-checking as the assembly proceeds.

PRECAUTIONS Please read the following instructions carefully before using your marimbas.

Assembly Cautions Whenassembling/disassembling the instru-

ment, do so with at least two persons and follow the instructions outlined in this manual. Assem- bly in the wrong order can cause the pipes to drop which may result in an injury, impair the performance functionality of the instrument or cause noise.

Adjusting theplayingheight (seepage32) on the YM-410/410F/460/460F/2400/2400R

should be done with at least two persons.

After final adjustment of the legs the fixing screws must be tightened securely to prevent loosening. Looseness may cause the instrument to shift during performance and can also cause noise and other problems. Retighten the screws from time to time.

Installation Location Use or storage in the following locations may cause damage, even when packaged. In direct sunlight, suchasnear awindow, or in a

closed vehicle in daytime. Nearheatingdevicesorinotherlocationssubjectto

excessive heat. Inexcessivelycoldenvironment. Inplaceswithexcessivehumidityordust. Locationssubjecttovibrations.

Handling Neverplaceanobjectonor leanagainst the instru-

ment, as this may cause damage to the tone bars and frame parts or topple the instrument, which is extremely dangerous.

Donotusehandorchestrabellmalletsorotherhard objects on your marimbas. The resulting dents or scratches in the tone bars could impair the sound. (Wood tone bars)

Also avoid hitting the tone bars hard with a hard mal- let. The tone bars can crack. (Acoustalon tone bars)

Moving and Transporting the Instrument Beforemoving the instrument,make sure that the

caster brakes are released. Also make sure to lift the instrument slightly when moving over rough surfaces.

When the instrumentmust be transported to a dif- ferent location, disassemble it to the same state as when it was purchased (see page 26), taking care to pack each component properly. Disassembly steps are in the opposite order of assembly.

When Not in Use Alwaysengagethecasterbrakes.

Maintenance The tonebarsshouldbepolished from time to time

using a soft and dry cloth or silicone cloth. Stains that cannot be removed with a dry cloth may be wiped off using a small amount of ethyl alcohol. Never use thin- ner or benzene or a wet cloth for cleaning purplses.

Keep This Manual for Future Reference After reading,make sure to keep themanual in a

safe place.

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Yamaha Concert Marimba Features

Thank you for purchasing a YAMAHA concert marimbas. Exhaustive research by Yamaha technicians and craftsmen focusing on tone quality and playability, has led to the design and creation of these marimbas, using select, high quality materials, and Yamahas original FRP Acoustalon. We are convinced that you will enjoy play- ing your instrument that produces spreading and yet deep sounds as well as rich volume to your content. This manual describes proper use of YAMAHA concert marimbas. Please read it thoroughly to ensure that your instrument will give you enjoyment for a long time.

1. High-Quality Tone Bars Tone bars are made of rosewood, which delivers an

ideal marimba tone and timbre, and African padauk, which offers a rich sound that is soft and deep. After allowing the woods to dry naturally over time, only the finest select pieces are selected for use in mak- ing the tone bars.

Type F models use Yamahas FRP Acoustalon tone bars that have a unique semi-hollow design. These bars deliver a clear sound that is extremely close to the sound produced by high-quality rosewood. It of- fers excellent projection, and full volume. Compared to wood tone bars, Acoustalon is highly weather re- sistant, being little affected by changes in tempera- ture and humidity, which can alter the pitch.

2. Fine Tuning Tone bars are tuned by the highly refined ears and

skills of our technicians and precision strobe tuners in an environmentally controlled room in which both temperature and humidity are kept constant. Precise tuning of the harmonic overtones, which determine timbre, results in stable pitch and tone without any unevenness.

3. Easy Assembly/Disassembly The instrument is designed to offer easy assembly

and disassembly to provide convenient storing and transport. The YM-460/460F/410D/46/2400/2400R utilize folding designs with two-section frames and pipes to provide the utmost in compact convenience.

4. Height Adjustment

(YM-460/460F/410/410F/2400/2400R) Height adjustable models offer smooth height ad-

justment. Locking screws fit into channels on leg pipes to eliminate slippage ad looseness.

The YM-460/460F/2400/2400R offers a 5-step height adjustment that goes from 89cm at its low- est position, to 97cm at its highest. Since the YM- 410/410F is adjustable in 7-steps, from 76cm to 88cm, it promotes proper playing posture from chil- dren to adults.

5. Large Casters Large 100mm-diameter casters offer smoother

transport. (YM-46 and 41 utilize 75mm-diameter casters).

6. 3-Step Height Adjustment for Resonator Pipes

Resonator height can be adjusted in 3-steps to avoid loss of ideal resonance due to temperature changes. (The YM-41 only provides 2-step adjust- ment.)

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NOMENCLATURE

YM-460/460F/410/410F/46/41/2400/2400R * The illustration shows model YM-460.

Suspension cord Rail

YM-410D

Frame end

Reinforcement stay (Large end)

Reinforcement stay (Small end)

Accidental tone bars

Accidental tone bars Natural tone bars

Leg (Small end)

Resonators (Accidental tone side)

Slant shaft

Frame end

Slide leg

Resonators (Natural tone side)

Caster (with brake)

Leg (Large end)

Caster

Caster (with brake)

Leg (Large end)

Natural tone bars

Rail

Leg (Small end)

Reinforcement stay (Small end)

Resonators (Accidental tone side)

Caster

Suspension cord

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The shipping carton of your marimba should contain the parts shown below. Before assembling the instrument, confirm that all parts are included as listed. * In the event that a part is missing, please contact the shop where the instrument was purchased.

CONFIRMATION OF PACKING CONTENTS

q Natural tone bars y Rail (1) YM-460/460F/46/2400/2400R: Two-section folding type YM-410/410F/41: One-piece type

e Resonators (Natural tone side) YM-460/460F/410/410F/46/2400/2400R: 2 sections plus wing bolts x2 YM-41: One-piece type

w Accidental tone bars

r Resonators (Accidental tone side) YM-460/460F/410/410F/46/2400/2400R: 2 sections plus wing bolts x2 YM-41: One-piece type

t Reinforcement stay YM-460/460F/46/2400/2400R: 2 sections YM-410/410F/41: One-piece type

For bass side (YM-460/460F/2400/2400R)

For high register side (YM-460/460F/2400/2400R)

u Rail (2) YM-460/460F/46/2400/2400R: Two-section folding type YM-410/410F/41: One-piece type

Rail clamp

Threaded hole

i Rail (3) YM-460/460F/46/2400/2400R: Two-section folding type YM-410/410F/41: One-piece type

Clamp on both sides

o Rail (4) YM-460/460F/46/2400/2400R: Two-section folding type YM-410/410F/41: One-piece type

YAMAHA logo

!0 Leg (Large end) YM-460/460F/410/410F/ 2400/2400R: With height adjustment YM-46/41: Without height adjustment

!1 Leg (Small end) YM-460/460F/410/410F/2400/2400R: With height adjustment YM-46/41: Without height adjustment

YM-460/460F/410/410F/46/41/2400/2400R

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ASSEMBLY

For safety, the instrument should be assembled by at least two persons in a loca- tion with sufficient space. We recommend to you to assemble the instrument on a soft rug or carpet.

z Connect the large and the small end legs using the reinforcement stays.

* YM-460/460F/410/410F/2400/2400R: Before proceeding to the next step, make sure that the slide leg fixing bolts of the large and small end legs are securely fastened.

1-1. Place the large and small end legs and reinforcement stays so that they will be positioned as illus- trated below after assembly.

YM-460/460F/410/410F/46/41/2400/2400R

Slide leg fixing bolt

Slide leg fixing bolt

Leg (Large end) Leg (Small end)

The tip of each slide leg fixing bolt must be tightly seated in one of the slide leg notches.

Slide leg

Slide leg fixing bolt

Slide leg fixing bolt

Player side

Bass side

Leg (Large end)

Reinforcement stay (Large end)

Reinforcement stay (Small end)

Slant shaft

Leg (Small end)

High register side

Frame end (Large end)

Audience side

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E E

ASSEMBLY

1-2. YM-460/460F/46/2400/2400R: Connect the reinforcement stays at the center. Align the end of the fixing bolt and the holes in the reinforcement stays and tighten the fixing bolt securely.

* Insert the support using the reference hole close to the hole for the screw as a guide.

Reinforcement stay (Small end)

Reference hole

Screw hole

Reinforcement stay (Large end)

Reinforcement stay

Notch

Fixing bolt

Fixing bolt

Leg (Large end)

Reinforcement stay

Tighten

Notch

Leg

1-4. In the same way, install the reinforcement stay to the small end leg. (There is no marking on the small end joint.)

1-3. Insert the reinforcement stay with its notch facing up into the lower joint of the large end leg as far as it will go (aligning the notch with the fixing bolt) and tighten the fixing bolt securely.

(A mark E is printed on the reinforcement stay and the large end joint.)

YM-460/460F/410/410F/46/41/2400/2400R

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A B

C

D

ASSEMBLY

x Insert the rails (2) and (3) into the frame ends of the legs. 2-1. First, insert the rail (2). Make sure that the end of the rail with the tone bar posts spaced further

apart is positioned on the bass side. A mark B is printed on the large end face of the rail (2) and the groove section of the frame end

of the large end leg.

* Do not insert one side of the rail all the way down first, but push both sides into grooves alternately little by little until both sides are inserted fully and stop.

2-2. After confirming that legs on the left and right sides are vertical, use the screw to connect the end of the stay to the hole for attaching the stay in the long frame (2) and firmly tighten the screw.

* The YM-410 and 410F have two (2) holes. When leg height is set low, use the hole closer to the center of the instrument, and when the leg height is high, use the outer hole and tighten the screw firmly.

High register side

Tone bar posts

Rail (4): With YAMAHA logo. Logo side facing the audience.

(1)

(2): Hole for attaching the stay. The side with the threaded hole should face the audience.

(3): Both sides have clamps attached. The side with the shorter clamp should face the player.

Bass side

Frame end

Rail (2)

Slant shaft 2-3. Next, in the same way, insert the rail (3) securely. A mark C is printed on the large end face of the

rail (3) and the groove section of the frame end of the large end leg.

2-4. Engage the short rail clamp located at the center of the rail (3) with the rail (2).

Player side

Audience side

Tone bar height can be adjusted at this point. (Refer to n on page 32.)

YM-460/460F/410/410F/46/41/2400/2400R

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ASSEMBLY

c Attach the resonators. 3-1. Assemble the resonator pipes of the YM-460/460F/410/410F/46/2400/2400R. Make sure that the

natural tone and accidental tone sides are properly assembled. All pipes on the natural tone side have bottoms attached.

3-2. Insert the resonators into the resonator holders on the frame ends in the same way as the rails. Place the bass side of the resonators into the center grooves on the resonator holder.

* Make sure not to confuse the natural tone resonators and accidental tone resonators.

* Take care not to bump the resonators against the legs, etc.

A : For a higher temperature

B : For a temperature around 23C (73.4F)

C : For a lower temperature

Resonators (Natural tone side)

Resonators (Accidental tone side)

* The resonators are factory adjusted so that the optimum resonance level is obtained at 23C (73.4F) If desirable resonance is not available due to the temperature lower or higher than 23C (73.4F), adjust setting of the resonators. Move the resonators to fit into shorter grooves when the temperature is higher and into longer grooves when the temperature is lower.

Temperature Grooves to use

Higher Short groove (A in the figure below)

Around 23C (73.4F) Center groove (B)

Lower Long groove (C)

Resonator holder

YM-460/460F/410/410F/46/41/2400/2400R

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ASSEMBLY

v Insert the rails (1) and (4) into the frame ends of the legs. 4-1. Insert the outer rails (1) and (4) in the same way as the inner rails (2) and (3). A mark A is printed on the large end face of the rail (1) and the groove section of the frame end

of the large end leg, and a mark D for the rail (4).

b Set the tone bars.

5-1. While adjusting the long frame, engage the rail clamp on rail (2) and rail (3) with rail (1) and rail (4), respectively.

Rail (4)

Rail (3)

Rail clamp

Rail (1)Rail (2)

Rail clamp

5-2. Set the natural tone bars first. With one person holding the suspension cords on the bass side and the other holding the suspen-

sion cords on the treble side securely with both hands, gently place the tone bars on the rails. Align each tone bar individually and hook its cord onto the corresponding tone bar post. After confirming that the cord is secured to every tone bar post, fix the tone bars by pulling the

right and left cords forward from the large end side and hooking the two springs into each other.

* When setting the tone bars, use care not to cause any damage to them.

Small end

Suspension cord

Large end

Springs

Suspension cord

YM-460/460F/410/410F/46/41/2400/2400R

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ASSEMBLY

n Adjust the height of the tone bars.

Reverse the assembly procedure going from steps b v c and remove the resonators and the stay fixing bolts attached to the rail section (2) so that the stays can be moved. With two persons, hold the instrument under the frame on both bass and treble sides, and loosen the wing screws that lock the slide legs in place. After determining the desired height, tighten the wing bolts so they fit into the channels on the slide legs firmly fixing the legs in place. Use the next channel above as a guide to make sure the tone bars are parallel with the floor. Upon completion of assembly, check to make sure that each bolt is tightened securely.

Do not touch the notched part during height adjustment to avoid injury.

Align notch with upper flange.

Slide leg

When a slide leg fixing bolt is tightened in between two notches, there is a danger of the slide leg slipping. Always make sure that the slide legs are held securely.

Make sure that this procedure is performed by at least two persons.

* Never attempt to adjust the height with the tone bars in place. It is very dangerous. Always make sure that those parts are removed as described in the procedure above before adjusting the height.

YM-460/460F/410/410F/2400/2400R Only

YM-460/460F/410/410F/46/41/2400/2400R

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CONFIRMATION OF PACKING CONTENTS

YM-410D

The shipping carton of your marimba should contain the parts shown below. Before assembling the instrument, confirm that all parts are included as listed. * In the event that a part is missing, please contact the shop where the instrument was purchased.

q Natural tone bars

w Accidental tone bars

e Resonators (Natural tone side)

r Resonators (Accidental tone side)

t Reinforcement stay

For bass side

For high register side

y Rail (1)

!0 Leg (Large end)

!1 Leg (Small end)

u Rail (2) Rail clamp

Threaded hole

i Rail (3) Clamp on both sides

o Rail (4)

YAMAHA logo

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ASSEMBLY

For safety, the instrument should be assembled by at least two persons in a loca- tion with sufficient space. We recommend to you to assemble the instrument on a soft rug or carpet.

z Connect the large and the small end legs using the reinforcement stays.

1-1. Place the large and small end legs and reinforcement stays so that they will be positioned as illus- trated below after assembly.

1-2. Connect the reinforcement stays at the center. Align the end of the fixing bolt and the holes in the reinforcement stays and tighten the fixing bolt securely.

* Insert the support using the reference hole close to the hole for the screw as a guide.

Reinforcement stay (Large end)

Reinforcement stay (Small end)

Screw hole

Reference hole

Tighten

YM-410D

Bass side

Leg (Large end)

Frame end (Large end)

Reinforcement stay (Large end)

High register side

Slant shaft

Reinforcement stay (Small end)

Audience side

Player side

Leg (Small end)

Stay mount

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ASSEMBLY

1-3 Insert the reinforcement stay with its notch facing up into the stay mount hole of the large end leg as far as it will go (aligning the notch with the fix- ing bolt) and tighten the fixing bolt securely.

Leg (Large end)

Stay mount

Fixing bolt

1-4. In the same way, install the reinforcement stay to the small end leg. (There is no marking on the small end joint.)

Notch

Reinforcement stay

Tighten

Notch

Fixing bolt

Reinforcement stayEE

Leg

YM-410D

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ASSEMBLY

YM-410D

x Insert the rails (2), (3) and (4) into the frame ends of the legs. 2-1. First, insert the rail (2). Make sure that the end of the rail with the tone bar posts spaced

further apart is positioned on the bass side. A mark B is printed on the large end face of the rail (2) and the groove section of the

frame end of the large end leg.

* Do not insert one side of the rail all the way down first, but push both sides into grooves alter- nately little by little until both sides are inserted fully and stop.

Slant shaft

Rail (2)

Audience side

Bass side

Player side High register side

Tone bar posts

A

B CD

(1)

(2): Hole for attaching the stay. The side with the threaded hole should face the audience.

(3): Both sides have clamps attached. The side with the shorter clamp should face the player.

Rail (4): With YAMAHA logo. Logo side facing the audience.

2-2. After confirming that legs on the left and right sides are vertical, use the screw to connect the end of the stay to the hole for attaching the stay in the long frame (2) and firmly tighten the screw.

2-3. Next, in the same way, insert the rails (3) and (4) securely. A mark C is printed on the large end face of the rail (3) and the

groove section of the frame end of the large end leg, and a mark D for the rail (4).

Frame end

2-4. Engage the short rail clamp located at the center of the rail (3) with the rail (2).

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A : For a higher temperature

B : For a temperature around 23C (73.4F)

C : For a lower temperature

* The resonators are factory adjusted so that the optimum resonance level is obtained at 23C (73.4F). If desirable resonance is not available due to the temperature lower or higher than 23C (73.4F), adjust setting of the resonators. Move the resonators to fit into shorter grooves when the temperature is higher and into longer grooves when the temperature is lower.

Temperature Grooves to use

Higher Short groove (A in the figure below)

Around 23C (73.4F) Center groove (B)

Lower Long groove (C)

ASSEMBLY

YM-410D

c Attach the resonators. 3-1. Assemble the resonator pipes. Make sure that the natural tone and accidental tone sides

are properly assembled. All pipes on the natural tone side have bottoms attached.

3-1. First, lower the accidental resonator pipes from above the instrument between the frame sections, and into the rubber resonator holder. Next set the natural tone resonator pipes in the rubber resonator holder. Set the bass side of the resonator pipes into the center grooves on the resonator holder. Make sure that the pipes are set between the tone bar posts.

* Make sure not to confuse the natural tone resonators and accidental tone resonators.

* Take care not to bump the resonators against the legs, etc.

Resonators (Natural tone side)

Resonators (Accidental tone side)

Resonator holder

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ASSEMBLY

YM-410D

v Insert the rail (1) into the frame ends of the legs. 4-1. Insert the outer rail (1) in the same way as the inner rails (2), (3) and (4). A mark A is printed on the large end face of the rail (1) and the groove section of the frame end

of the large end leg.

b Set the tone bars.

5-1. While adjusting the long frame, engage the rail clamp on rail (2) and rail (3) with rail (1) and rail (4), respectively.

n Once again, confirm that all screws are tightened firmly.

5-2. Set the natural tone bars first. With one person holding the suspension cord on the bass side and the other holding the suspen-

sion cord on the treble side securely with both hands, gently place the tone bars on the rails. Align each tone bar individually and hook its cord onto the corresponding tone bar post. After confirming that the cord is secured to every post, fix the tone bars by pulling the right and left

cords forward from the large end side and hooking the two springs into each other.

* When setting the tone bars, use care not to cause any damage to them.

Small end Large end

Springs

Suspension cord

Suspension cord

Rail clamp

Rail (4)

Rail (2)

Rail (3)

Rail clamp

Rail (1)

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SPECIFICATIONS/SCALE RANGE

SCALE RANGE

* The contents of this manual apply to the latest specifications as of the publishing date. To obtain the latest manual, access the Yamaha website then download the manual file. Since specifications, equipment or separately sold accessories may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer.

YM-460/460F/2400/2400R Range: A25 C76 (4-1/3 octave)

Bars: YM-460/2400R: Rosewood,

Open Pore Finish

YM-460F/2400: Acoustalon (FRP),

Brown Urethane Finish

Bar sizes: YM-460/2400R:

58 38 mm (2.2 1.5") wide

25 21 mm (0.98 0.83") thick

YM-460F/2400:

58 38 mm (2.2 1.5") wide

23 mm (0.91") thick

Resonator: Aluminum Alloy Tube

Light Gold Acrylic Coating

Frame: MICA black finish

Two-piece folding, Disassembled type

Leg sections: Steel Pipe with Black Leather Satin Finish

(with Adjustable Height)

Dimensions (W x D x H): 197 x 88 x 89 97 cm

(77.6" x 34.6" x 35 38" )

Weight: YM-460/2400R: 55 kg (121 lbs 4 oz)

YM-460F/2400: 61 kg (134 lbs 8 oz)

Casters: 100mm Diameter Casters

YM-410D/410/410F/41

YM-460/460F/46/2400/2400R

YM-410D/410/410F Range: C28 C76 (4 octave)

Bars: YM-410D: Rosewood,

Open Pore Finish

YM-410: Rosewood,

Open Pore Finish

YM-410F: Acoustalon (FRP),

Brown Urethane Finish

Bar sizes:

YM-410D/410:

58 38 mm (2.2 1.5") wide

25 21 mm (0.98 0.83") thick

YM-410F: 58 38 mm (2.2 1.5") wide

23 mm (0.9") thick

Resonator: Aluminum Alloy Tube

Light Gold Acrylic Coating

Frame: YM-410D: Brown Urethane Matte Finish

Two-piece folding, Disassembled type

YM-410/410F: Black Finish, Disassembled Type

Leg sections: YM-410D: Wood with Brown Urethane Matte

Finish and Brown Leather

YM-410/410F: Steel Pipe with Black Leather

Satin Finish (with Adjustable Height)

Dimensions (W x D x H): YM-410D: 183 x 83 x 88 cm

(72" x 32.7" x 34.6" )

YM-410/410F: 183 x 83 x 76 88 cm

(72" x 32.7" x 29.9 34.6" )

Weight: YM-410D/410F: 55 kg (121 lbs 4 oz)

YM-410: 49 kg (108 lbs)

Casters: 100mm Diameter Casters

YM-46/41 Range: YM-46: A25 C76 (4-1/3 octave)

YM-41: C28 C76 (4 octave)

Bars: African Padauk, Open Pore Finish

Bar sizes:

YM-46: 58 38 mm (2.2 1.5") wide

24 22.5 mm (0.95 0.89") thick

YM-41: 53 38 mm (2.2 1.5") wide

24 22.5 mm (0.95 0.89") thick

Resonator: Aluminum Alloy Tube

Light Gold Acrylic Coating

Frame: YM-410D: Black Finish, Two-piece folding,

Disassembled Type

YM-41: Black Finish, Disassembled Type

Leg sections: Steel Pipe with Black Leather Satin Finish

Dimensions (W x D x H): YM-46: 189 x 84 x 86.5 cm

(74.4" x 33.1" x 34.1" )

YM-41: 176 x 80 x 85 cm

(69.3" x 31.5" x 33.5" )

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