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RHM Rhythm Band Instruments RB105 8 note Single Ring Handbells P3591983RHM-RB105 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/RHM/RHM-RB105.jpg Rhythm Band Instruments RB105 8 note Single Ring Handbells Manufacturer Part Number: RB105These handbells have a modified clapper, giving them a loud, single strike. Designed to be played with traditional handbell technique, this bell also has a rest built in to the handle that prevents the bell from rolling. Perfect for introducing youth to the bell choir. Bronze finish, superior sound. C-C diatonic range. - Modified clapper that creates a single ring- Bronze finish- Superior sound Handbells with a modified, single-ring clapper, perfect for introducing youth to the bell choir. 3591983 037728520909 0.35lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
Rhythm Band Instruments
42.4100 2023-10-02 24 In Stock
customer review - by , January 1, 2017
5/ 5stars
My wife loves the bells
customer review - by , December 12, 2016
3/ 5stars
Better than kids but still not quality you want for an instrument
customer review - by , October 10, 2016
3/ 5stars
These bells are a little difficult to ring and the handles are plastic and tapered with no significant shape to ensure a true grip. I suppose these things are what makes them affordable for small church programs. They do have a good sound quality and we are pleased to have found them.
customer review - by , October 10, 2016
5/ 5stars
were lovely, great sound quality, worth it , I searched for a long time for these
customer review - by , July 7, 2016
5/ 5stars
These are quality bells that I purchased for my daughter-in-law to train her 6 children to come to their "own" bell tone when rung. They are delighted with them and the training is going well and in such a positive way, too! The bells are numbered 1-8 as well as giving the musical key they ring. They are well worth the price!
customer review - by , November 11, 2015
4/ 5stars
I like the bells, however, I was a bit disappointed with how the clapper was made. It is not a traditional clapper (metal ball handing from a stem) as I'm used to seeing with a hand bell. Yet, the sound is quite impressive. Also, these bells do not allow for solos because of the way their made. The handles are made for small hands. Adults can use them but they may take them a minute to feel comfortable with them. Each bell is labeled C1-D2-E3-F4-G5-A6-B7-C8. The notes starts at middle C (like on the piano and goes one octave). The handles are plastic and in order to get a good ring you need to hold the bell with your thumb on the plastic square that also carries the labeled note/number and basically throw your arm forward. I had read from one of the true bell makers that you should extend your arm taking it in a oval circle and to stop the ring to lay it against your shoulder or use your hand. Using the bells will take some practice. Oh YHEA!!!!, if you can read music, you DO NOT need to buy the 8 not bell ringing books. The notes are the same notes you use on a piano. I do like them for the cost. I wished I could afford the professional bells, but for over $200 per bell, it is not something I'm able to purchase. However you should look into them, (Malmark and Schulmerich) they are quite beautiful.
customer review - by , April 4, 2015
5/ 5stars
These bells sound a million times better than the color-coded ones. They are definitely worth the extra $$. I am a music teacher so accuracy is important to me - the steps of the scale are in tune, unlike the color-coded ones. Highly recommended!!
customer review - by , February 2, 2015
5/ 5stars
Great sound, and pretty as well!
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Rhythm Band Instruments RB105 8-note Single Ring Handbells

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Manufacturer Part Number: RB105

These handbells have a modified clapper, giving them a loud, single strike. Designed to be played with traditional handbell technique, this bell also has a rest built in to the handle that prevents the bell from rolling. Perfect for introducing youth to the bell choir. Bronze finish, superior sound. C-C diatonic range.

  • - Modified clapper that creates a single ring
  • - Bronze finish
  • - Superior sound


Handbells with a modified, single-ring clapper, perfect for introducing youth to the bell choir.

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Customer Reviews
By Byron Kroeger
Date: January 17, 2017
My wife loves the bells
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Linda Fairlie
Date: December 19, 2016
Better than kids but still not quality you want for an instrument
Rating: 3 stars [3 of 5 Stars!]
By mt shopper
Date: October 29, 2016
These bells are a little difficult to ring and the handles are plastic and tapered with no significant shape to ensure a true grip. I suppose these things are what makes them affordable for small church programs. They do have a good sound quality and we are pleased to have found them.
Rating: 3 stars [3 of 5 Stars!]
By A Louis
Date: October 16, 2016
were lovely, great sound quality, worth it , I searched for a long time for these
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
By KippersMa
Date: July 12, 2016
These are quality bells that I purchased for my daughter-in-law to train her 6 children to come to their "own" bell tone when rung. They are delighted with them and the training is going well and in such a positive way, too! The bells are numbered 1-8 as well as giving the musical key they ring. They are well worth the price!
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Cherry
Date: November 23, 2015
I like the bells, however, I was a bit disappointed with how the clapper was made. It is not a traditional clapper (metal ball handing from a stem) as I'm used to seeing with a hand bell. Yet, the sound is quite impressive. Also, these bells do not allow for solos because of the way their made. The handles are made for small hands. Adults can use them but they may take them a minute to feel comfortable with them. Each bell is labeled C1-D2-E3-F4-G5-A6-B7-C8. The notes starts at middle C (like on the piano and goes one octave). The handles are plastic and in order to get a good ring you need to hold the bell with your thumb on the plastic square that also carries the labeled note/number and basically throw your arm forward. I had read from one of the true bell makers that you should extend your arm taking it in a oval circle and to stop the ring to lay it against your shoulder or use your hand. Using the bells will take some practice. Oh YHEA!!!!, if you can read music, you DO NOT need to buy the 8 not bell ringing books. The notes are the same notes you use on a piano. I do like them for the cost. I wished I could afford the professional bells, but for over $200 per bell, it is not something I'm able to purchase. However you should look into them, (Malmark and Schulmerich) they are quite beautiful.
Rating: 4 stars [4 of 5 Stars!]
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