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All pieces interchangeable. Mix and match.

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Photo of The Miller Machine, Triangle Machine with new custom steel beater, being played with a brown yarn mallet.
Photo of The Miller Machine Triangle Machine being played with a stick.

Meet The Miller Machine

Play your triangle with any stick, mallet, or brush,
free from clumsy & difficult implement choreography.

Dig the Ding!

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Play With Confidence

Tired of searching for your triangle beater in your setup?

With The Miller Machine, your triangle beater is always there, ready to play.

One less thing to worry about.

Easy to Play

Play your triangle with whatever you have in your hand.

You can even use a brush.

Always get a great triangle sound, no matter what implement you use.

Photo of a Miller Machine, Triangle Machine with the new 5/16" solid body steel beater being played with a wire brush.
Photo of a Miller Machine, Triangle Machine with the new custom designed solid body steel beater.

Easy to Setup

Place your triangle, anywhere, in any setup.

Set it and forget it.

One less thing to think about during your performance.

Better Beater

Every Miller Machine comes with a custom designed 5/16" solid body beater, built specifically for the Machines.

Older Miller Machine?

Upgrade Kit below.

Photo of a Miller Machine, Triangle Machine with the new 5/16" solid body steel beater.

Upgrade Kits

All previous versions of The Miller Machine can be upgraded to use the new custom designed 5/16" solid body steel beater.

Also available in brass.

Billy Built

Every Miller Machine product is designed and built by B'dway percussionist/drummer Billy Miller in Seattle, Washington.

Photo of Billy Miller in his Miller Machine Workshop in Seattle, Washington.

There is no other!

"Whether you're working as a multi-percussionist, or just looking to add a new sound to your drum set, this is essential to any setup.
Billy's customer service is the upmost professional, and continues well past the purchase."
Alan S. ★★★★★


Everything's in stock and I ship same day, or next day at the latest.

Some International orders will incur additional fees for Duties and Taxes.

Click this link to get a more detailed description about International Shipping, Duties, and Taxes.

This info is also available at the bottom of the site under Helpful Stuff.

It's cheaper to order direct from me here in the US then it is for me to ship to a European Distributor and have them add their markup to the price.

Shipping overseas from the US can be quite reasonably priced and very fast.

This link will give you more info (including pricing) about shipping Internationally.

There is a Lifetime Guarantee on everything I make and sell. If you don't love it (although I think you will) return it for a full refund, no questions asked :)

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Happy to send you replacement parts, just send me a message.

Whatever you are comfortable with and works for you will work for The Miller Machine. The Machine is designed to be an extension of whatever's in your hand(s) at any given moment.

I have compiled a list of mounts that I know about and recommend for use with The Miller Machine.

However, this list is far from exhaustive, and as long as the mount will receive the mounting arms 3/8" rod, it will work. This applies to all Miller Machines.

I recommend triangles up to 7", or 8".

If your triangle is a bit larger than the recommendation, it still may work, and I have a few tricks that may help eke out a bit more space.

I've used these finger cymbals on the Machine. Dream, Meinl, Sabian, TreeWorks, Weiss, and Zildjian.

You can use any brand of finger cymbal as long as the mounting hole is at least 3/16th's of an inch so the finger cymbal can move freely on the mounting arm.

Always happy to answer any question(s) you may have. Send a message.