Bestselling Drum Set Bells & Chimes in 2020
ammoon 25-Tone Bar Chimes 25 Bars Single-row Musical Percussion Instrument
- 25 solid metal bars strung to the wood base with cords, durable and stable.
- Played by sweeping a finger or stick through the hanging bars, beautiful sound will appear.
- Suitable for enhancing choir music or praise and worship music at church.
- Also ideal for children's program and musical education.
TreeWorks Chimes TRE35kit Made in USA Complete Large Single Row Chime Set with Mount and Travel Bag
- ONE PURCHASE, MULTIPLE APPLICATIONS | The TRE35KIT includes all you need to transport, set up, and play our large single row chime. Because the included chime mount fits on cymbal, microphone, and music stands, there are nearly unlimited options for setting up and using your chimes. When you're done, simply slide them into the included soft-sided chime bag to safely transport them to your next gig.
- PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA | Each TreeWorks Chimes product is made from Tennessee hardwood and locally sourced aluminum/titanium and is assembled in our workshop just north of Nashville, TN.
- HAND-CRAFTED FOR SUPERIOR DURABILITY | Long-lasting braided CordLoc is used to susped our 3/8" thick Aluminum/Titatnium alloy bars on a hand-finished Tennessee hardwood mantle. Each TreeWorks Chimes bar chime features a 7/16" hole in the mantle for mounting on cymbal stands or our unrivaled TRE52 chime mount. Unlike other brands, we always source our materials locally and reject the use of plastic ties to secure our bars to our mantles.
- DIMENSIONS | Large Single Row Chime - 24 x 3 x 3 inches in dimension; Large Soft-Sided Travel Bag - 27 x 1 x 9 inches in dimension; Chime Mount - 16 x 2 x 4 inches in dimension.
TreeWorks Chimes TRE35db Made in USA Large Double Row Bar Chime (VIDEO)
- A STRONGER PRESENCE AND PROJECTION | As a variation on our popular TRE35, this 69-bar double row chime offers up a fuller sonic structure. This chime is perfect for larger venues where your sound requires a greater strength and resonance and is used by the top 24 Drum Corps International World Class competitors.
- PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA | Each TreeWorks Chimes bar chime is made from Tennessee hardwood and locally sourced aluminum/titanium and is assembled in our workshop just north of Nashville, TN.
- HAND-CRAFTED FOR SUPERIOR DURABILITY | Long-lasting braided CordLoc is used to suspend out 3/8" thick Aluminum/Titanium alloy bars on a hand-finished Tennessee hardwood mantle. Each chime features a 7/16" hole in the mantle for mount on cymbal stands or our unrivaled TRE52 chime mount. Unlike other brands, we always source our materials locally and reject the use of plastic ties to secure our bars to our mantles.
- DIMENSIONS | The TRE35db is 23 1/8 x 1 x 9 inches in dimension.
Rhythm Band RB2130 Plastic Resonator Bells
- 8 Note Plastic Resonator Bells comes complete with its own plastic carrying case and 2 mallets
- Brightly colored set, each note can be removed to be played on its own
- Rhythm Band 8-Note Plastic Resonator Bells come complete with their own plastic carrying case and 2 mallets
- Each note of the brightly colored set can be removed ande played on its own
Rhythm Band Deluxe 8-Note Diatonic Resonator Bell Set
- Deluxe 8-Note Diatonic Resonator Bell Set
- This bell set is perfectly tuned by a unique electronic process developed by Rhythm Band's craftsmen which insures absolute perfect pitch throughout the entire range of the bells
- There is no plastic used in the construction of these bells
- The resonator chambers are constructed from the finest lightweight woods available and are specially selected for maximum acoustic properties
WB-01 Pro Chrome Percussion 25 Bar Chimes with Mounting Stand
- Brand New 25 Bells Wind Percussion Chimes
- 25 Chrome Bells - Wooden Bar measures 16.5" wide
- Adjustable Tripod Stand Included. Fully Extendable to 4 feet high, or as Low as 2.5 feet.
- Crisp Bright Sound
- Easy Assembly and Portability
Rhythm Band 20-Note Hand/Desk Bell Set
- Combines the RB107, RB107C, RB107EX
- Lots of song possibilities
- Can either be pushed from top or rung in a traditional handbell technique
- excellent for young kids/special needs/seniors
RBI Chroma Note Desk Bells Diatonic
ROSENICE Solo Percussion Instrument with Mallet Musical Chime Toys 1 Set for Children
- Versatile instrument comes with base and malletis
- Seconds long lasting echo, perfect percussion chime for yoga, mindfulness exercises and sound therapy.
- Made of premium wood, it is safe for kids to play.
- Creative musical instrument for developing kids' musical sense and bringing them more fun.
- It's a type of energy medicine that promotes healing from stress disorders, pain and depression.
Rhythm Band Mounted Bells Tea Bell
- The Rhythm Band bells are mounted in a various ways including handle and band
- These bells may be shaken, attached to an ankle, or played in unison with other bells
- Excellent sounds for the classroom
Timber Drum Co. T2HP, MADE IN U.S.A. Pair of Hard Polymer Mallets for Energy Chime, Xylophone, Wood Block, and Bells
- PERFECT FOR USE ON ENERGY CHIMES AND KEYBOARD PERCUSSION | These mallets are great for using when playing metallic instruments or other instruments that require a little more bite. They pair perfectly with our wood blocks and energy chimes and can be used to bring out a clear bright tone when playing glockenspiel, xylophone, or crotales.
- PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA | Each Timber Drum Company product is made from Tennessee hardwood and is assembled in our workshop just north of Nashville, TN.
- PROVIDES A COMFORTABLE AND NATURAL FEEL | These mallets are made with solid birch dowels that fit snugly into your hand, providing a comfortable and ergonomic experience. With their light weight and hard polymer mallet heads, they provide a very balanced feel in your hands. Each order comes with two mallets.
- DIMENSIONS | Each mallet is 15.3" in length with a hard polymer mallet head that is 1.1" in diameter.
Rhythm Band 13-Note Hand/Desk Bell Set (RB107C - 5 count + RB107 - 8 count)
- Unique double-function designExtremely durablePerfect intonationNote names and numbers on each bell
- 13 piece set - 5 pieces of RB107C-5 note Chromatic Add-On Set and 8 pieces of RB107-8 note Diatonic Add-On Set
TreeWorks Chimes Chimes (MD18)
- KEEPS YOUR CHIMES PROTECTED ON THE ROAD | Given its 1/2" of foam padding, the MD18 effectively shields your chimes from bumps and bruises while in transit. By featuring a velcro seal on one side, this gig bag requires very little effort to store and transport your chimes time after time.
- EASY , SAFE, AND EFFICIENT | By providing cover for your instrument, this model is great for transporting chimes on a regular basis. Each bag is fitted with a durable nylon handle for carrying.
- DIMENSIONS | The MD18 is 24 x 1 x 9 inches in dimension. This chime gig bag is best suited for larger models up to 18" in length (TRE23, TRE417, TRE44, TRE28, etc.).
TVLand's The Cougar: An Exercise in Idiocy
Now that it has run its tawdry course, I feel it a necessary time to chime in about this TVLand atrocity.
As pundits have pointed out, Stacey is not a legitimate cougar. If TVLand was being honest with itself, they would've selected a woman in her late 40s, and one who hadn't been under the knife as much. The woman they found is basically a 40-year-old inside of a manufactured 35-year-old woman's body. C'mon, let's push some boundaries and find an authentically sophisticated lady who has some miles on her. Then at least these guys who are pushing 30 on the show aren't trying to date a woman who is only eleven years older than them.
Stacey -- the "cougar" in question -- had viewers pretty much split as to the level of her attractiveness. After some incriminating before-and-after photos surfaced on "Inside Edition", I'd still say she was at least not as fried out as some of the "Bacherlorettes of Skid Row" that VH1 loves to make choices out of. But still, watching this mother of four lower herself and lust for lunkheads --- some of them her eldest daughter's age --- was just eye-rolling. No roses here, if Stacey wants you to hang around, you get a quick lip-lock....of course it comes after ten other guys have already swapped spit with her that minute (hopefully the craft service didn't feature chopped garlic).
It all kicked off in true eye-squint fashion, as the opener episode involved twenty studs of varying lunacies being lined up outside the "Cougar Mansion" (laughing yet?). At least this had some originality to it, as each guy was forced to approach The Cougar -- with all others watching -- and lay out some b.s. about how he was gonna sweep her off her MILFy feet. The showstopper was a dink who embarrassingly mis-spoke, telling Stacey, "You don't look old enough to not be a cougar...err, I mean, to be a cougar!" This sent the other 19 doofs into serious guffaws, and nearly cemented that guy's fate. Others followed with song-singing or obligatory self-serving machismo crap. Man, anybody got a mop?
Your assembly line of perfunctory "dream dates" followed, such as a helicopter tour of Vegas (has anyone not done this yet on these dumb shows?) and an enchanted evening of roller skating replete with with disco ball flashing lights. At one point, one of the Orgs gets a kiss and then proceeds to catcall other "contestants" seated nearby. Stacey looks perplexed, and inquires as to why he felt it neccessary to crow about his great accomplishment. The guy actually goes mute with zero explanation, not counting the one that's on his face. It basically saying, "You didn't think you'd find a grown-up one in the bunch, now did you? Score!"
Interspersed are the usual grumblings, attitudes, and showmanship associated with the guys' end of these shows, which seems patently forced. As if one of the producers goes up to each participant, individually instructing "Yeah, yeah, the flowery stuff with Stacey is great. But if you could get up in each guy's face for no reason and belittle them as a human, that'd be swell." Hence we're treated to unprovoked attacks on character and respect, and how "you're never gonna win this. You're too fill-in-the-blank-profane-opinion." We also peer in on the guys getting girlishly chatty as they debate how poorly Stacey's current date is probably going outside the house.
Thus we arrive at our kindgom come moment. And I must tell you, it was the single-most knee-slappingly hysterical, beyond capable description sequence that happened during the entire run of the show. So much so, you must view it for yourself here. I wouldn't dare spoil something that brought me such unbridled, Tivo-filled jubilation (thank the Lord for live rewind).
Are you back yet? Have you recovered?
If not, and for the sake of the written word, I'll lay it out. It was elimination night five. Or six. Who cares? It's all been expunged from my mind since the show ended. Anyway, Stacey is selecting who will be hanging around for another round of salacious fun and possibly invited up to the Cougar's Den (yes, they did call her quarters that). When suddenly, one of the guys don't look too good. In fact, he excuses himself from the group. "Are you ---," Stacey begins to query. Before she can make sense of what's happening, the next shot invovles contestant Austin, vomiting in a nearby washroom.
Now I must explain the keys to this moment's hilarity. Sure, somebody cookie-tossing on camera is always ripe for an "Ewww, gross!!" But when both the bathroom door are left conveniently open a crack for the camera operator AND the sound editing includes the gargling and clump-spilling noises eminating from said bathroom...I just lost it. I musn't forget Stacey's pained revulsion as they cut back and forth between the heave-ho-ing and her reaction. One for the record books, Johnny. The sickly Austin pretty much summing up the public's opinion of this show.
Chiming in across televisions, though, was Stacey's ex, detailing some rather egregious actions made by The Cougar. Accusations of child abandonment, delinquent child support payments, and what we already knew: Stacey is a college-boy hopping machine. Her three youngest children did appear on the show to evaluate her final two suitors, but seemed no worse for the exposure. Her 16-year-old son increasing the "shudder" factor as he sits with a potential stepfather who is only seven years older than him.
Needless to say, puke-spewer Austin doesn't stick around, with the final bout revolving around a 23-year-old named Jimmy, and a fella named Colt (young colt, get it?). Colt's age escapes me, but I do remember hating him the least. Jimmy, on the other hand, was a summa-cum-laude graduate of the Sylvester Stallone School of Communication, right down to his nasaly, Rocky-esque baratone. Stacey seemed enamored with his body more than anything else, so perhaps these two physique-obsessed dumb-Johns deserve each other.
Oops, did I spoil that Stacey selects Jimmy? Oh, well. There's always "The Cougar Season 2", which is apparently in the works.