Features 18 silver polished aluminum chime rods. Black and teak finish ash wood frame. Relaxed, tranquil sound. Measures 10 by 9 by 3 inches. Precision tuned. Great for windowsill, desk, or other decorative spot. Works well in combination with crystal bowl music.
Not a wide variety of tones played. No striker included.
Aluminum-titanium chimes with Tennessee hardwood mantle and base. Braided Cordloc suspends chimes from mantle. Wooden base stabilizes and keeps it from tipping over. Measures 20 by 12 by 3 3/4-inches. Clean sound. Sturdy base.
Not as stable as metal-base designs. No striker included.
Chimes are aluminum-titanium alloy and measure 3/8-inch thick. Matte black powder-coated metal stand. Hand-finished Tennessee hardwood mantle. Braided CordLoc suspends chimes from mantle. Measures 19 by 12 by 10 inches. Beautiful tone. Very stable. Portable.
Not very loud. No striker included.
Features 20 copper golden bars strung to a wood base. Striker included. Great for classroom settings and children's programs. Natural wood frame. Measures 15 by 2.25 by 10.38 inches.
Cords loop around the top bar rather than through a drilled hole, so they can slide.
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A bar chime is a set of chimes suspended from a horizontal bar. Bar chimes are often attached to a free-standing holder and placed anywhere you might need a moment of zen. While bar chime table sets can be used as a musical instrument, they have nearly endless possibilities outside the studio. Teachers love to use them to get students’ attention. They can assist in meditation, help to relieve stress, or serve as a visual accent. Consider how much table space you have and how important good intonation is to your purpose.