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There are at least 9 different types of xylophones which includes Amadindas, Akadindas, Embaires, Kulintang a kayo, Balofons, Gandingan a kayo, Luntangs, T'rung and Timbela.
i think all xylophones are the same
You can use a different stick to hit it and it should change pitch
Different pitches vibrate the cochlea at different places
Orchestras normally have 1 xylophone or no xylophones at all.
There are different grips for different pitches. Know the different pitches so you can work on the several grips
Metal xylophones use metal or rubber mallets. Wooden xylophones use metal mallets due to there slower vibrations. The metal mallets help increase its vibrations and make it sound as bright crisp as metal xylophones.
Different size of glass jars will give you what you want.
They can be both.