Rhythm Band 20-Note Hand/Desk Bell Set

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Rhythm Band

Handbell and desk bell in one!

Kidsplay Complete combined 20-note handbell/deskbell set. Includes 20 notes Low A to High E.

Features
  • Unique double-function design
  • Extremely durable
  • Perfect intonation

Adequate range to play almost any music. Order this set today.

 
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Rhythm Band20-Note Hand/Desk Bell Set
 
5.0

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5.0

Ringing of the bells

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from New Jersey

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Pros

  • Great Sound
  • Huge Tone
  • Responsive

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Accompaniment
    • Small Venues

    Comments about Rhythm Band 20-Note Hand/Desk Bell Set:

    This was a room of 100 people, each with a bell. Unless the sound is right, it is just a din. With professional grade quality, the sound was supportive to the event.

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    5.0

    Great!

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    from Carrollton, IL

    Comments about Rhythm Band 20-Note Hand/Desk Bell Set:

    Great price. Fast Service. For the price, I think these bells are wonderful. Our Sunday School had an 8 note set of bells that we have enjoyed. This will greatly expand our possibilities. I also like the push top "desk Bell" option. I think it will be easier for many of our children. I have not tried it at Sunday School yet, but my own daughter loves it. She lines them all up and plays away. Sometimes I join her and we'll just flip through the pages of the hymnal and play duets. She'll play the melody line and I'll play the alto line. We're having fun!

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