Basic Beat BB108B 8-note Diatonic Step Bells Set

Brand: Basic Beat

Item: #200243
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$26.99

MSRP: $38.99

Description

Basic Beat 8 note step bell set. Metal bars are securely attached to the wood frame by rubber-covered metal pins (permanently attached - bars are non-removable). The stair step placement allows students to see as well as hear the relationship between notes. Diatonic - the range is from C above middle C, up 8 notes to the next C. Includes one pair of rubber-headed plastic mallets.

 

Bars are each 1-1/4" wide. Weight: approx. 2.6 lbs.
Dimensions: approx. 4-3/4" deep (at the widest end) x 14-1/2" long (when set up). Highest end of the stepladder is approx. 7-1/2" tall when set up.

 

Please note: The musical instruments on our website and in our catalog are not toys. They are intended for use with adult supervision and are not for children under 3 years of age, unless otherwise indicated.

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my 3 yr old daughter's piano teacher has the same one, and she loves it! I wanted to have it at our house too.
Corryn F on May 7, 2013
This is the best for visualizing tones moving up and down.
Jenny K on May 9, 2012
my 3 yr old daughter's piano teacher has the same one, and she loves it! I wanted to have it at our house too.
Corryn F on May 7, 2013
well made construction... pretty good tone for the price.
Rosemary V on Jul 29, 2012
This is the best for visualizing tones moving up and down.
Jenny K on May 9, 2012
The students find it easier to understand melody - steps, skips and leaps.
Suzanne M on Mar 20, 2012
good visual
Juliette D on Feb 27, 2012
It was recommended by a workshop leader. I am anxious to use it.
Cheri P on Feb 27, 2012
This is my daughter's first year in a music class, and she enjoys playing the step bells.
PAMELA T on Dec 20, 2011
The students can learn about melody moving up and down with the use of the step xylohpone.
Shannon C on Dec 15, 2011
The stair step effect of the ascending and descending C major scale is conceptually and visually effective for preschool children.
SYLVIA G on Dec 8, 2011
well made construction... pretty good tone for the price.
Rosemary V on Jul 29, 2012
The students find it easier to understand melody - steps, skips and leaps.
Suzanne M on Mar 20, 2012
I have used these for years and we store them on a shelf in boxes. The boxes are falling apart. Is there a case made to hold these?
Molly on Feb 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: At this time we do not have a case that will work for these bells.

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