Woodstock Chimes Woodstock Chimes WOODZENERGY Woodstock Zenergy Chime Solo P1481422 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/GCD/GCD-WOODZENERGY.jpg Woodstock Chimes WOODZENERGY Woodstock Zenergy Chime Solo 1481422 0.48lbs 1.90 2.30 9.20
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Woodstock Chimes WOODZENERGY Woodstock Zenergy Chime - Solo

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A gentle tap with the mallet and the single rod of the Woodstock Zenergy Chime - Solo emits a powerful tone of singular beauty that lasts and lasts. Focus on the tone to help clear your mind and relax during your hectic day. Chime to start or end a meeting, or to remind yourself to stay on task. For best results, play the Zenergy Chime quietly, being careful not to dampen the sound by letting the mallet rest on the rod after striking it. Boxed for gift-giving. Length: 7.25 inches, width: 2 inches. Consumer warranty is 1 year for anything - lifetime on tuning. For a sound bite of this product, click here.

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Item Width: 1.75
Item Length: 7.25
Country of Origin: China

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By S. Holland
Date Added: Monday 05 April, 2010
This lovely chime makes a tone that reverberates. It's a perfect reminder to children to be still, breathe, and practice self control. I am a preschool counselor and have shared this chime with several teachers who use it successfully as an audible signal to bring calm to the classroom.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By E.L. Lector
Date Added: Wednesday 10 February, 2010
I bought this chime to help myself re-establish peace parentheses in the sometimes hectic world of my workplace, a marketing agency. It was a perfect choice. The sweet note pierces the din and lingers in the air. It's just the right size to keep at my desk, and the finish is clean and elegant.It arrived quickly and well packed and, of course, the price was right!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By G. Quigley
Date Added: Tuesday 15 December, 2009
Bought this chime for my grandchildren when they visit me. Try to have a variety of toys, musical instruments, etc. Loved the price! I found, however, this is really a beautiful chime for meditation, having a resonate sound to it, nice tone and lingering sound that is calm and peaceful. I'm now commencing one of my metaphysical classes with this chime. The group arrives full of energy, chatting, laughing, and all I need do is sound this chime and peace comes over the room. Everyone responds with silence. So this is a useful toy as well as a tool for meditation.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By klink
Date Added: Saturday 12 September, 2009
This is a great tool to use in a classroom to get your student's attention. They just love it and it works!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By I. Hopkins
Date Added: Monday 22 December, 2008
This instument has a lovely sound & works perfectly to begin & end meditation, especially in a group setting.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
By Splanton "sword nut"
Date Added: Saturday 20 December, 2008
I have one of the smaller, single-"bell" units and like the tone it produces, clear, ringing, with LOTS of resonances; this two-"bell" unit is much more complex in the tone(s) it produces. When both "bells" are struck, I can "feel the beats" between the tones generated, which are slightly offset. The resulting mixed sound is extremely complex compared to the single unit, and has an "Oriental" overcast to the tones as they mix. If you're a "pure western music" "trained ear", you might find this a little unsettling at first, since there doesn't seem to me to be a "normal diatonic" relationship between the primary tones, but rather an "Oriental" relationship. If you're looking for an "Oriental-ish" sound, this little unit should be considered.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
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