FSG 77 Musical Instruments, Phonographs, and Home-Type Radios
Supply Items Included in Federal Supply Group 77
An item used as a musical percussion instrument to create Spanish rhythm effects.
Excludes CLAPPERS, CASTANET.
Excludes DRUM, SCOTCH.
An 8 inch (203.2 millimeters) by 28 inch (711.2 millimeters) or a 10 inch (254.0 millimeters) by 28 inch (711.2 millimeters) size drum.
A 12 inch (304.8 millimeters) by 16 inch (406.4 millimeters), 12 inch (304.8 millimeters) by 17 inch (431.8 millimeters), or 12 inch (304.8 millimeters) by 18 inch (457.2 millimeters) size snareless drum.
A keyboard instrument giving its tone from steel plates struck by hammers.
Two matched lengths of wood, usually not more than 14 inches (355.6 millimeters) long, which are struck together to produce rhythmic effects.
A full keyboard instrument ranging in height from 40 to 44 inches (1016.0 to 1117.6 millimeters) designed for the professional use of persons holding the rank or rating of musician. The design and highest quantity of the materials used result in an instrument containing maximum tone quality coupled with the ability to withstand the rigors of constant transportation, temperature change, and salt air without undue lowering of the basic pitch, thus allowing a considerably protracted period of use as an integral part of professional organizations, such as dance orchestras and bands, without need of constant servicing.
A full keyboard instrument approximately 44 inches (1117.6 millimeters) high, for the use of special services. The design and the quality of the material used in its construction results in an adequate musical instrument for nonprofessional use, accompaniment to group singing, and amateur ensembles.
This item may have no more than one (1) piston valve, if any. See TRUMPET.
This item must have a minimum of three (3) piston valves. See BUGLE.
DRUM SET,DANCE,SERVICE BAND
TEMPLE BLOCK SET,DRUMMER'S
A musical wind instrument consisting of a blowpipe, chanter, sound pipes(Drones), and a wind bag.
A signal horn used in the chase. It is a long conical tube coiled in a large circle and having a large flaring end and a trumpet mouthpiece. Excludes the musical instruments BUGLE and TRUMPET.
A conical-bore, brass-wind, musical instrument with valves that are characterized by fullness and eveness of tone and large compass. It is one of a complete family and is graded soprano. Excludes the musical instrument SAXOPHONE.
An item similar to an organ, It may be a complete unit or require attachment to an amplifying system. It may play recorded sounds or digitized rhythms, or synthesize them from the keyboard.
A mallet played set of varied length metal bars suspended over individual resonator tubes fitted with motor actuated rotating disks for producing a vibrato effect.
A matched pair of beaters specifically designed to produce the desired tone on the metal bars of the instrument.
An item with the combined functions of a FREQUENCY DIVIDER and a FREQUENCY MULTIPLIER. It provides a multiplicity of discrete output signals harmonically related to a standard source frequency, that may be utilized in radio receivers, transmitters, musical instruments, test equipment, density of rapidly selectable individual communication frequency bandwidth. See also GENERATOR, REFERENCE SIGNAL. Excludes FREQUENCY DIVIDER; FREQUENCY MULTIPLIER; and KEYBOARD INSTRUMENT, ELECTRONIC.
A large brass wind instrument of bass pitch, with three to six valves and a broad bell facing upward.
HEAD,BATTER SIDE,SNARE DRUM AND TOM-TOM
HEAD,SNARE SIDE,SNARE DRUM
A matched pair of sticks or brushes for playing on snare drums.
A bar mounted on or built within a resonant block to furnish exact pitch.
PEDAL,SOCK,HIGH HAT CYMBAL
CORD AND TASSELS,DRUM MAJOR'S SIGNAL BATON
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An item used by a drummer for various musical effects. It is usually constructed of wood but may be constructed of a resonant material to duplicate the sound of a wood block.
STRAINER,FIELD SNARE DRUM
An item of movable furniture designed to seat one person. It may or may not have a back rest. The seat is usually round or saddle type and is usually mounted on a tripod base. The base and back rest may be demountable for carrying or for storage.
CASE,SNARE DRUM AND TRAP
COVER,MUSIC CARRYING POUCH
CARVING KIT,BASSOON REED
CARVING KIT,ENGLISH HORN REED
CARVING KIT,OBOE REED
TUNING FORK SET
A number of pads grouped in one package in sufficient quantities and sizes for repeated replacements on piccolos.
COVER,DRUM MAJOR'S BATON
An item designed to mount and/or support a snare drum in a desired position.
STAND,COWBELL AND WOOD BLOCK
An item, specifically designed to hold one or more cowbells and/or wood blocks.
CORD AND TASSELS,BUGLE
A pendandt ornament for attaching to a bugle.
A thin strip of metallic or nonmetallic material, bent in a circular form and united at the ends. It is used for securing purposes when tucking the heads of drums, tom-toms, and tympani.
A matched pair of items, each fastened to a beater head of lamb's wool or compressed felt. Specifically designed for use with a set of TYMPANI or a tympano.
The skin stretched over either end of a bass drum.
An item of furniture intended for the seating of a pianist in front of a piano.
A matched pair of beaters specifically designed to produce the desired tone on the wooden keys of a xylophone. Excludes MALLETS, VIBES.
A machine designed to accommodate one or more CASTANETS to produce rhythmic tones.
An item that is designed to be applied and removed multiple times to an instrument mouthpiece without leaving a sticky residue. It also helps prevent teeth marks on the mouthpiece.
A thin elastic tongue (as of cane, wood, metal, or plastic) fastened at one end over an air opening in a wind instrument (as a clarinet, organ pipe, or accordion) and set in vibration by an air current.
LIGATURE AND CAP SET,WIND INSTRUMENT
MAINTENANCE KIT,WOODWIND INSTRUMENTS
A cleaning kit specifically designed for the proper maintenance of woodwind instruments (saxophones, clarinets, flutes and the like). It usually consists of a stick of cork grease, hole cleaners, swabs, brushes, cleaning pads and a polish cloth.
A piece of cloth of various shapes and sizes which is equipped with a cord having a weight (counterbalance). It is designed for wiping, washing, and/or polishing the interior of wind instruments (saxophones, clarinets, flutes, and the like). Excludes cleaning and/or polishing cloths for wind instruments.
A narrow strip of various shapes and materials cut to a definite length,having one or both ends processed. It is designed to help the musician for holding the musical instrument(saxophone,clarinet,guitar, and the like). It may have one or more attachments or fasteners,such as BUCKLE;SNAP HOOK;hook;and the like. Excludes STRAP,LEATHER;STRAP,WEBBING and musical instrument harnesses.
An item consisting of a reproducer turntable, associated drive motor and sound reproducer arm mounted on a common support. May include a mechanism for automatically changing disk records. For items that also includes an integral amplifier, see AMPLIFIER-RECORD PLAYER and for items that include an integral amplifier and a loudspeaker, see REPRODUCER, SOUND.
A single component which will reproduce recorded sonic variations.
A receiver for the display of signals propagated by a television transmitting set. May include audio channel. For items that do not include radio frequency components, see MONITOR, TELEVISION. See also INDICATOR, VIDEO.
A complete electronic set for the reception of signals propagated by a television transmitting set. May include audio channel. See also RECEIVER, TELEVISION.
A complete electronic set specifically designed to intercept, demodulate and reproduce the radio frequency electromagnetic waves propagated by radio transmitter(s).
A fixed number of components and/or items, not all having the same basic name, utilizing radio frequency electromagnetic waves in space to carry two-way intelligence. Excludes RADAR SET; FACSIMILE SET; RECEIVING SET, RADIO; RECEIVER-TRANSMITTER, RADIO; and RECEIVING SET, TELEVISION.
A fixed number of components and/or items, not all having the same basic name, for the transmission and reception of television signals.
A complete set of components and/or items, not all having the same basic name, which are required for making a record of sonic variations and which will reproduce recorded sonic variations.
A single unit consisting of a CLOCK (1), ALARM, and a RECEIVING SET, RADIO. Each can operate independently of the other. It may be set to produce an alarm or turn on the radio at a predetermined time. The time indication may be in analog or digital format. The RECEIVING SET, RADIO usually operates on the AM and FM bands.
A single item designed to function as both a RECEIVING SET, TELEVISION and a RECORDER-REPRODUCER, VIDEO. It usually includes a remote control unit.
A single unit designed to receive and reproduce radio frequency electromagnetic waves transmitted through space, and which records and/or reproduces sound variations on a standard audio cassette.
Two or more REPRODUCER, SOUND on a common mounting or mounted on each other.
CONVERTER,DIGITAL TO ANALOG
A device whose output signal is a continuous average of a discrete input signal of predetermined form, rate, and sequence. See also CONVERTER, DIGITAL TO DIGITAL. Excludes MICROCIRCUIT (1), (as modified).
A handheld device for a television and/or videocassette recorder (VCR) that can be activated by pressing buttons mounted on the device. It provides remote control of functions such as channel selections, sound settings, color setting, and the like. May also include functions for a satellite dish and/or Digital Video Disc (DVD).
A device for a television that can be activated by pressing buttons. It provides remote control of functions as channel selections, sound settings, color setting, volume control and the like. Can also be provided with buttons to control teletext or to control a video recorder.
REMOTE CONTROL HANDSET,VIDEO
A device for a video recorder that can be activated by pressing buttons. It provides remote control of functions as channel selections, time settings, videotape control and the like.
An item upon which intelligence has been recorded and from which it can be reproduced. The medium is in the form of a thin, flexible, narrow strip of material.
Two or more related tape records.
A flat, circular item, rigid or flexible, upon which audio intelligence has been inscribed and can be reproduced.