Top Tenor Chime Bars
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Top 30+ Tenor Chime Bars 2021

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  1. Sonor KS40L a1 Chime Bar
  2. Sonor KS40L c1 Chime Bar
  3. Sonor KS40L e1 Chime Bar
  4. Goldon 11427 Bar Chimes
  5. Goldon 11410 Bar Chimes
  6. Sonor KS40L g1 Chime Bar
  7. Sonor KS40L f1 Chime Bar
  8. Goldon 11406 Bar Chimes
  9. Sonor KSP40M c1 Chime Bar
  10. Sonor KS40L b1 Chime Bar
  11. Sonor KS40L d2 Chime Bar
  12. Sonor KS40L c#1 Chime Bar
  13. Studio 49 KB/AX b/h1 Resonator Bar
  14. Sonor KSP40M f1 Chime Bar
  15. Sonor KS40PO bb1 Chime Bar
  16. Sonor KS40L c#2 Chime Bar
  17. Sonor KS40PO d1 Chime Bar
  18. Sonor KS40L g2 Chime Bar
  19. Sonor KSP40M d1 Chime Bar
  20. Sonor KS40L f2 Chime Bar
  21. Sonor KSP40M e1 Chime Bar
  22. Sonor KS40PO a1 Chime Bar
  23. Sonor KS40L e2 Chime Bar
  24. Sonor KSP40M bb1 Chime Bar
  25. Sonor KS40L a2 Chime Bar
  26. Sonor KS40PO c1 Chime Bar
  27. Sonor KS400P b1 Chime Bar
  28. Sonor KSP40M g1 Chime Bar
  29. Sonor KS400P g1 Chime Bar
  30. Sonor KS400P e1 Chime Bar

1. Sonor KS40L a1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L a1 Chime Bar

Chime Bars

The difference between the Metallophone KS40L chime bars and the Xylophone KS40PO chime bars lies in the sound duration and timbre. KS40L sound long and warm, KS40PO sound short and concise.

  • Note: a1
  • Metallophone
  • Type: Tenor alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, special metal alloy sound bar 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonator box for each tone made of shock-resistant RESOPHEN
  • Package quantity: 1 Tone

2. Sonor KS40L c1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L c1 Chime Bar

Chime BarThe difference between the metallophone KS 40 L and xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars lies in the duration and tone of the sound. KS 40 L sound long and warm, while KS 40 PO sound short and concise.

  • Key: C1
  • Metallophone
  • Grouping: Tenor-Alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, specially alloyed metal chime bar: 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonance box for each tone made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Includes 1 piece

3. Sonor KS40L e1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L e1 Chime Bar

Chime Bars

The difference between the Metallophone KS40L chime bars and the Xylophone KS40PO chime bars lies in the sound duration and timbre. KS40L sound long and warm, KS40PO sound short and concise.

  • Note: e1
  • Metallophone
  • Type: Tenor alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, special metal alloy sound bar 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonator box for each tone made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Package quantity: 1 Tone

4. Goldon 11427 Bar Chimes

Goldon 11427 Bar Chimes

Bar Chimes on Plastic pipes

  • Model 11427, 27 round Bar Chimes
  • G1 – A3
  • Chromatic
  • Colour-matched to Boomwhackers
  • 27 Rubber headed beaters
  • Including carry bag

5. Goldon 11410 Bar Chimes

Goldon 11410 Bar Chimes

Bar Chimes

  • Plastic body Model 11410
  • 10 Round chimes
  • Range: C2 – C3, including F# and Bb
  • Colour-matched to Boomwhackers
  • 10 Rubber headed beaters
  • Including carry bag

6. Sonor KS40L g1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L g1 Chime Bar

Chime Bars

The difference between the Metallophone KS40L chime bars and the Xylophone KS40PO chime bars lies in the sound duration and timbre. KS40L sound long and warm, KS40PO sound short and concise.

  • Note: g1
  • Metallophone
  • Type: Tenor alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, special metal alloy sound bar 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonator box for each tone made of shock-resistant RESOPHEN
  • Package quantity: 1 Tone

7. Sonor KS40L f1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L f1 Chime Bar

Chime BarThe difference between the metallophone KS 40 L and xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars lies in the duration and tone of the sound. KS 40 L sound long and warm, while KS 40 PO sound short and concise.

  • Key: F1
  • Metallophone
  • Grouping: Tenor-Alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, specially alloyed metal chime bar: 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonance box for each tone made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Includes 1 piece

8. Goldon 11406 Bar Chimes

Goldon 11406 Bar Chimes

Bar Chime Set

  • 6 Round Bar Chimes: C, D, F, G, A, C
  • Plastic body
  • Colour-matched to Boomwhackers
  • Including carry bag

9. Sonor KSP40M c1 Chime Bar

Sonor KSP40M c1 Chime Bar

Chime Bar – Metallophone

  • Note: c1
  • Tenor alto
  • Primary line
  • Special metal alloy sound plate: 35 x 5 mm
  • With note stave imprint
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Resonator box made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Included: 1 Tone

10. Sonor KS40L b1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L b1 Chime Bar

Chime Bars

The difference between the Metallophone KS40L chime bars and the Xylophone KS40PO chime bars lies in the sound duration and timbre. KS40L sound long and warm, KS40PO sound short and concise.

  • Note: b1
  • Metallophone
  • Type: Tenor alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, special metal alloy sound bar 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonator box for each tone made of shock-resistant RESOPHEN
  • Package quantity: 1 Tone

11. Sonor KS40L d2 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L d2 Chime Bar

Chime BarThe difference between the metallophone KS 40 L and xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars lies in the duration and tone of the sound. KS 40 L sound long and warm, while KS 40 PO sound short and concise.

  • Key: D2
  • Metallophone
  • Grouping: Tenor-Alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, specially alloyed metal chime bar: 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonance box for each tone made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Includes 1 piece

12. Sonor KS40L c#1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L c#1 Chime Bar

Chime BarThe difference between the metallophone KS 40 L and xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars lies in the duration and tone of the sound. KS 40 L sound long and warm, while KS 40 PO sound short and concise.

  • Key: C#1
  • Metallophone
  • Grouping: Tenor-Alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, specially alloyed metal chime bar: 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonance box for each tone made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Includes 1 piece

13. Studio 49 KB/AX b/h1 Resonator Bar

Studio 49 KB/AX b/h1 Resonator Bar

Alto Resonator Bar

  • Note: b1
  • Tuned resonance chamber made of fine maple
  • Handy shape
  • Harmonic overtone tuning
  • 32 x 18 mm tone bar made of hand-selected rosewood (Dalbergia Stevensonii)
  • A total of 12 tones available: c1, c#1, d1, d#1, e1, f1, f#1, g1, g#1, a1, bb1, b1 (not included)
  • Package quantity: 1 Tone
  • Recommended beater: S 40 (not included)

14. Sonor KSP40M f1 Chime Bar

Sonor KSP40M f1 Chime Bar

Chime Bar – Metallophone

  • Note: f1
  • Tenor alto
  • Primary line
  • Special metal alloy sound plate: 35 x 5 mm
  • With note stave imprint
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Resonator box made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Included: 1 Tone

15. Sonor KS40PO bb1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40PO bb1 Chime Bar

Chime Bar

The difference between the Metallophone KS 40 L chime bars and the Xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars lies in the sound duration and timbre. KS 40 L sound long and warm, KS 40 PO sound short and concise.

  • Note: Bb1
  • Tenor alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Xylophone
  • Palisono soundboard 38 x 15 mm
  • Resonator box bar made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Package quantity: 1 Tone

16. Sonor KS40L c#2 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L c#2 Chime Bar

Chime BarThe difference between the metallophone KS 40 L and xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars lies in the duration and tone of the sound. KS 40 L sound long and warm, while KS 40 PO sound short and concise.

  • Key: C#2
  • Metallophone
  • Grouping: Tenor-Alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, specially alloyed metal chime bar: 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonance box for each tone made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Includes 1 piece

17. Sonor KS40PO d1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40PO d1 Chime Bar

Chime Bar

The difference between the Metallophone KS 40 L chime bars and the Xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars lies in the sound duration and timbre. KS 40 L sound long and warm, KS 40 PO sound short and concise.

  • Note: D1
  • Tenor alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Xylophone
  • Palisono soundboard 38 x 15 mm
  • Resonator box bar made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Package quantity: 1 Tone

18. Sonor KS40L g2 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L g2 Chime Bar

Chime BarThe difference between the metallophone KS 40 L and xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars lies in the duration and tone of the sound. KS 40 L sound long and warm, while KS 40 PO sound short and concise.

  • Key: G2
  • Metallophone
  • Grouping: Tenor-Alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, specially alloyed metal chime bar: 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonance box for each tone made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Includes 1 piece

19. Sonor KSP40M d1 Chime Bar

Sonor KSP40M d1 Chime Bar

Chime Bar – Metallophone

  • Note: d1
  • Tenor alto
  • Primary line
  • Special metal alloy sound plates 35 x 5 mm
  • With note stave imprint
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Resonator box made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Package quantity: 1 Tone

20. Sonor KS40L f2 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L f2 Chime Bar

Chime BarThe difference between the metallophone KS 40 L and xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars lies in the duration and tone of the sound. KS 40 L sound long and warm, while KS 40 PO sound short and concise.

  • Key: F2
  • Metallophone
  • Grouping: Tenor-Alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, specially alloyed metal chime bar: 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonance box for each tone made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Includes 1 piece

21. Sonor KSP40M e1 Chime Bar

Sonor KSP40M e1 Chime Bar

Chime Bar – Metallophone

  • Note: e1
  • Tenor alto
  • Primary line
  • Special metal alloy sound plate: 35 x 5 mm
  • With note stave imprint
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Resonator box made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Included: 1 Tone

22. Sonor KS40PO a1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40PO a1 Chime Bar

Chime BarThe difference between the metallophone KS 40 L and xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars is their tone duration and tone colour. The KS 40 L sound long and warm, the KS 40 PO short and concise.

  • Tone A1
  • Grouping: Tenor-Alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Xylophone
  • Palisono chime bar 38 x 15 mm
  • With single resonator box made of shock resistant Resophen
  • Delivery: 1 Tone

23. Sonor KS40L e2 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L e2 Chime Bar

Chime BarThe difference between the metallophone KS 40 L and xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars lies in the duration and tone of the sound. KS 40 L sound long and warm, while KS 40 PO sound short and concise.

  • Key: E2
  • Metallophone
  • Grouping: Tenor-Alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, specially alloyed metal chime bar: 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonance box for each tone made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Includes 1 piece

24. Sonor KSP40M bb1 Chime Bar

Sonor KSP40M bb1 Chime Bar

Chime Bar – Metallophone

  • Note: Bb1
  • Tenor alto
  • Primary line
  • Special metal alloy sound plate: 35 x 5 mm
  • With note stave imprint
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Resonator box made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Included: 1 Tone

25. Sonor KS40L a2 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40L a2 Chime Bar

Chime BarThe difference between the metallophone KS 40 L and xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars lies in the duration and tone of the sound. KS 40 L sound long and warm, while KS 40 PO sound short and concise.

  • Key: A2
  • Metallophone
  • Grouping: Tenor-Alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Grey, specially alloyed metal chime bar: 40 x 6 mm
  • White resonance box for each tone made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Includes 1 piece

26. Sonor KS40PO c1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS40PO c1 Chime Bar

Chime Bar

The difference between the Metallophone KS 40 L chime bars and the Xylophone KS 40 PO chime bars lies in the sound duration and timbre. KS 40 L sound long and warm, KS 40 PO sound short and concise.

  • Note: C1
  • Tenor alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Xylophone
  • Palisono soundboard 38 x 15 mm
  • Resonator box bar made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Package quantity: 1 Tone

27. Sonor KS400P b1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS400P b1 Chime Bar

Chime Bar

  • For xylophone
  • Tone H1
  • Grouping: Tenor Alto
  • Overtone tuning
  • 38 x 18 mm rosewood chime bars (Dalbergia stevensonii)
  • Resonance box for each tone made of pine wood
  • 26 Available tones

Note: The colour may differ from the illustration due to the type of rosewood used


28. Sonor KSP40M g1 Chime Bar

Sonor KSP40M g1 Chime Bar

Chime Bar – Metallophone

  • Note: g1
  • Tenor alto
  • Primary line
  • Special metal alloy sound plate: 35 x 5 mm
  • With note stave imprint
  • Fundamental tuning
  • Resonator box made of shock-resistant Resophen
  • Included: 1 Tone

29. Sonor KS400P g1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS400P g1 Chime Bar

Chime Bar

  • For xylophone
  • Tone G1
  • Grouping: Tenor Alto
  • Overtone tuning
  • 38 x 18 mm rosewood chime bars (Dalbergia stevensonii)
  • Resonance box for each tone made of pine wood
  • 26 Available tones

Note: The colour may differ from the illustration due to the type of rosewood used


30. Sonor KS400P e1 Chime Bar

Sonor KS400P e1 Chime Bar

Chime Bar

  • For xylophone
  • Note: E1
  • Grouping: Tenor alto
  • Fundamental tuning
  • 38 x 18 mm rosewood tone plates (Dalbergia Stevensonii)
  • Resonator box per bar made of pine plywood
  • 26 Available notes

Note: The colour of the chime bar may differ from the picture due to the type of rosewood used.


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