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Kidsplay RB108EX Expanded Range 7-note Handbells Set

Brand: Kidsplay


MSRP: $58.99

Item: #202850
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By Kidsplay.  Top quality construction and correct intonation make these bells the best value available.  Each of the metal bells has note names and numbers clearly marked.  The handles on the handbells are 5" tall, enabling players to grasp the bells securely.

The RB108EX Expanded Range Handbells includes:

Low A, A#, B & High C#, D, D#, E


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West Music Store
I bought the expanded set so we could play a wider variety of songs. I love them!
Vicki P on Jun 19, 2014
great handbells for assisted living brand-new bell players!
highly recommended- we needed to expand our set of chromatic bells
Karen J on Nov 19, 2012
This set is very affordable. I am starting a handbell choir in my church and need to see the level of commitment with the children before I invest in a more expensive set. I am a retired music teach and know that even though this set is inexpensive it will still have the quality sound that I have come to expect from West.
Gloria Wright
Gloria W on Dec 12, 2012
There are so many more songs that can be played with the expanded set of bells!!
Linda V on Nov 6, 2012
When the bells are on the ground as pictured, can they be played by pushing on the handle?
Kaitlin E on Sep 1, 2015
Best Answer: No; these are simply hand bells. The same set in a a combination handbell/deskbell is listed here:
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What are the handles made of? How are the handbells labeled to identify the notes? Is it with stickers? How tall are the handbells?
Chris L on Nov 25, 2014
Best Answer: From a customer:

The handles on the Extended Range Bell Set are made of plastic, but they seem to be strong and durable.

The bells are 5 and 1/4 inches high.

The notes are labeled on stickers at the end of the handles. These stickers have not come off. The ones
in the regular sets have peeled off. Maybe that's because the regular sets are used more. Regardless, I mark
the note (with a Sharpie permanent marker) inside of each bell in case the sticker comes off.
Reply · Report · Mark JStaff on Dec 4, 2014
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