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With ABS resonating chambers.
The Grover-Trophy ABS Chromatic Resonator Bell Set has a 25-note range from C to G. ABS plastic resonators produce balanced, full tone. These resonator bells are superior instruments for classroom use.
A popular and great sounding set of bells. Order today!
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Comments about Trophy ABS Chromatic Resonator Bell Set:
While it may be intended as a low-cost substitute for a set of hand bells, I have found mine to be a very cool mallet instrument in its own right. I leave them in their box, and mount them on an Axman keyboard x-stand. Playing them with felt/wood Sonor mallets also produces a fuller, more professional sound -- in effect, a very affordable set of "mini-vibes". Of interest to anyone who's played Javanese gamelan--it also lends itself to Javanese "gender" tone-damping techniques, and sounds very like the "gender" and "slentem" when used this way. It's one of my favorite instruments and audiences love it too-- yet even with the stand and two sets of mallets, great for price!