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Basic Beat BBA25 25-note Resonator Bells w/ Case

Brand: Basic Beat


MSRP: $225.99

Item: #200239
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25 note; 2 chromatic octave range beginning with G below middle C. The extended range allows for the rich bass tone desired in resonator bells. The bells are in a solid black, with plastic individual resonator boxes; polyvinyl case with removable top. 25 mallets included.


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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West Music Store
The easily removable bells make it easier to teach certain concepts. Also there is enough bells for individual students.
Kathleen D on Sep 20, 2014
This is a cost effective product with great versatility for teaching and performing
Denise L on Nov 3, 2012
The only large bell set available from West Music - though would have preferred wood resonator chambers
Theresa M on Dec 6, 2012
We are replacing our old sets. Same sets, over the years they have been borrowed, parts lost, not taken care of properly. These are perfect for our young students.
Kerin R on Oct 3, 2012
Do you sell just the cases or just the mallets?
Patti R on Mar 10, 2016
Best Answer: We sell very similar mallets - please see this linK

We do not sell the case separately.
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Where can I get mallets?
Carol B on Aug 31, 2015
Best Answer: Please see the following link for similar mallets:
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Are mallets included in this set? If yes, how many mallets?
Jeannie Anne F on Jan 29, 2015
Best Answer: This set comes with 25 mallets.
Reply · Report · Mark JStaff on Jan 30, 2015
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Can you play it in the case so that the bells remain stable?
Barbara B on Nov 14, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, Barbara. I just went to my set to see if there was a difference with the sound when the bars are out of the case, and when they're in the case. The difference in resonance is negligible, in my opinion, for general use. The metal bars rest on their rubber pegs slightly above the tray's dividers. Hope this helps! I like my set a lot and feel that I got a good value for general use with older preschoolers and young elementary students.
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