Basic Beat BBRCB8 Resonator Chime Bars

Brand: Basic Beat

Item: #202214
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$84.99

MSRP: $105.99

Description

This set features 8 brightly colored diatonic tube-shaped chime bars with a zippered case.  It has the same color scheme as Boomwhackers and Joia Tubes, so that you can incorporate these into your classroom easily and effectively.

  • Range: Middle c' to c'
  • Includes 8 rubber-headed mallets

Age: 3 years and older

Reviews

5.0 (based on 1 customer reviews)

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Why did you choose this?
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These resonator bells are excellent for music therapy. They are easy to hold, make a beautiful sound and are big enough and sturdy enough for rough handling.
Toby W on May 2, 2014
These resonator bells are excellent for music therapy. They are easy to hold, make a beautiful sound and are big enough and sturdy enough for rough handling.
Toby W on May 2, 2014
Beautiful tone, beautiful colors, and substantial (easy) to hold. Great buy, too. We are very happy with these bells. In fact, I ordered two sets as gifts for friends!
Jena D on Dec 15, 2012
Beautiful tone, beautiful colors, and substantial (easy) to hold. Great buy, too. We are very happy with these bells. In fact, I ordered two sets as gifts for friends!
Jena D on Dec 15, 2012
How are these differ from the other Basic Beat Resonator Bells?
A shopper on Jan 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The biggest difference is the size. These are much larger than the resonator bells. The design of the bell is also different. These bars are tubed shaped, while the resonator bells sit atop a plastic rectangle block. This set also comes with 4 sets of mallets so multiple students can play at a time.
Are the chimes made of plastic or metal? And are the mallets soft, medium or hard strength?
Andrew C on May 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These are metal bars that come with hard plastic mallets.
Could these be wall mounted? Would they still work?
Kaitlin C on Mar 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There is not a flat surface on the back of the bells that would allow them to me wall mounted. However, It may be possible to create your own wall mount from the feet on the back. You will just need to make sure that nothing touches the actual bells.
Are there extended scale (higher octave) bars that you can buy to expand the range from just one octave (or chromatic?). That would be great.
A shopper on Feb 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We do not have extended sets at this time.

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