Triangle Machine

Finger Cymbal Machine

Triangle Machine Plus

Crotale Machine

Horizontal Machine

Order two or more Machines. Get 5% off each. Discount in cart.

Triangle Arm

Machine Body

Finger Cymbal Arm

Machine Body Plus

Crotale Arm + Beater

Horizontal Mount

Everything's interchangeable. Mix and match all pieces.

New

Horizontal Machine

Hang your triangle horizontally.

Combining a Miller Machine Body with the Horizontal Mount gives you much more control of your triangle.

Especially helpful in a modern pit setting where you're expected to play multiple percussion instruments at once.

Helps keep your triangle steady, even when playing super fast passages.

Attach a finger cymbal for added convenience.

The triangle's suspended between two rubber washers to keep it isolated from most sympathetic vibrations.

Choose Black, or Flame Body.

More info below.

(triangle, mount, finger cymbal mount, and finger cymbal not included)

Color: Black Body
Black Body
Flame Body

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Dan H.
Horizontal Mount

The Miller Machine’s horizontal mount works amazingly well. Not limited to just a triangle holder. The finger cymbal attachment was well thought out, as we use these two instruments in tandem quite often. Another great product from Billy!

Thank you Dan! I really appreciate your comments!!! Billy

Your Purchase Includes

Everything you see here.

Miller Machine Body with Brass Beater.
Horizontal Mounting Bar.
Mounting Rod.

Just add a mount and triangle.

Anywhere, In Any Setup

Place your horizontally mounted triangle anywhere, in any setup.

Isolation

The triangle is suspended, and isolated, from the mounting body to increase resonance and sound quality.

Add Finger Cymbal

Include a finger cymbal in your setup.

Use the Finger Cymbal Mount and you're all set.

(finger cymbal, and mount not included)

Flames!

Also available with a Flame Body.

Built by Billy

Every Miller Machine product is designed and built by Billy Miller in his workshop in Seattle, Washington.

Dig the Ding!

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