Studio 49 Series 2000 BX-03 Pins for Bass Xylo or Metallophone, 30pc

Brand: Studio 49

Item: #255138
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If your Studio 49 bass xylophone or metallophone has a resonator box made entirely of wood (no plastic inner lining), then this is the set of replacement pins you need. (If you have an older model that uses all metal nails, use item 255137).

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Need these for an older bass metallophone with many broken pegs...much cheaper to repair it than buy a new instrument.
Rebecca N on Nov 29, 2012
I have three broken pins in my bass metallophone. Fortunately/unfortunately I don't need the nails, but they don't come any other way.
Carol F on Mar 1, 2012
Need these for an older bass metallophone with many broken pegs...much cheaper to repair it than buy a new instrument.
Rebecca N on Nov 29, 2012
have lot's of orff inst here to fix!!
Debbie G on Jul 23, 2012
I have three broken pins in my bass metallophone. Fortunately/unfortunately I don't need the nails, but they don't come any other way.
Carol F on Mar 1, 2012
have lot's of orff inst here to fix!!
Debbie G on Jul 23, 2012
IS there a video that shows how to remove the old pins? Mine seem to be stuck with glue.
Abby H on Aug 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Would love to know the answer to this as well. The only solution I have found is actually using the nails where the rubber ones should go. :-/ I can't get the rubber out that is broken off and covered in glue. I experimented with nailing one of the nails into the rubber. It works, but if there is another solution, I'd love to know it. :-)

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