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Lyons 25-Note Xylophone (Glockenspiel) with Case

4.8 out of 5 stars 340 customer reviews
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Product Description

Bell Set with Case 25 Note

Product Information

Item Weight 3.3 pounds
Product Dimensions 17 x 2 x 10 inches
Shipping Weight 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B001VO7FPC
Item model number AX-25N2
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4.8 out of 5 stars 340 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,611 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#3 in Musical Instruments > Drums & Percussion > Concert Percussion > Xylophones
#42 in Musical Instruments > Band & Orchestra
Date first available at Amazon.com July 16, 2004

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By Scott Roberts on February 18, 2010
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I can confirm the notes are perfectly tuned. The yellow plastic mallets are too long and flexible, but not breakable. Hardwood mallets give a nicer strike and a better sound if you don't strike correctly with the plastic mallets. These hard plastic mallets are a little "soft" which does not bounce off perfectly. I'm being picky. Stay away from other children bell sets that do not have very rectangular bars with sharp edges: the rounded edges give undesirable harmonics. These are perfectly square at the edges. The notes are high-pitched and loud, like the one 4-star reviewer wrote. You can use the handles instead of heads of the mallets to get a much softer sound for practicing. My wife: "Did you buy that for our child or yourself??" and "You're hurting my ears!" High pitched and loud. It is a bell set, after all. Opening it takes a little effort and concentration to press the button correctly. Our 1.5 year old is not able to open it. As long as it doesn't break and stays closed when it is supposed to, the little extra hassle of opening it is OK. The snap design appears like it is not ever going to break. The low C measured 1047 which is perfectly two octaves above middle C. The first note is a G that is 1 octave above middle G, and the last note is a G that is 3 octaves above middle G. So your basic C to C playing is 2 and 3 octaves above middle C. I'll try to record a "video review" that includes the notes, G to G.
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The LMI Glockenspiel (Bells set) is made in Korea, and is a real bargain. The glockenspiel is two octaves chromatic, from G-G. The steel bars are silver-plated for a shiny, reflective appearance.

I'm a pro percussionist and pro percussion teacher. I bought an LMI Glockenspiel for a trial, and then bought 6 more. The price was so low ($15) for a set of bells with a hard plastic case, that I wanted more. I gave them as drawing prizes at a student percussion contest.

The glock is very portable, and is light weight, considering that it has steel bars. Most bells sets in the $150-$500 range have aluminum bars. Aluminum bars are OK for a bells set, but steel gives a greater projection, and steel bars "cut through" an entire orchestra.

This is a table-top bells set. You open it up, the top of the case becomes a music stand, and the bells set has feet to set it above the table, for better projection.

A pair of flexible shaft bell mallets, made of hard plastic, are included with the set, and they store easily inside the case.

This is an excellent sounding set of bells, at a very low price. I recommend it for new bells students on a tight budget. I use the LMI Glock when traveling, for practice, and also for teaching in a small room, at a music instrument retail store. I only wish it had 2.5 octaves range.

John Broecker.
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This is an amazing deal, and a fun product to introduce children to music with. The mallets it came with are one piece (no choking hazard from the ball coming off the end) and the unit sounds great. It is the best "bell set" (glockenspeil) we have found for kids, and adults, at anywhere near the price point. Recommend, A+.
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I bought this for myself a couple of months ago and I couldn't be more pleased. It has a beautiful sound and the value is unbeatable, I've seen this same model sell for 4x the price at auction. It's not just for children but also for anyone who wants to learn to play this kind of instrument.
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This Glockenspiel is exactly what I was looking for.
It has a nice ring to the sound, and it is altogether well built.
My only complain would be that the mallets are plastic and somewhat flimsy, and I would have much preferred metal or wood ones, but regardless this was a great product and it sounds great to accompany my ukulele :]
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We ordered this a couple years ago for a young son. It is a fantastic instrument! I was so surprised at the quality. SO, his brother is getting his own for Christmas this year! We use this in several musical numbers our family does together. While one might play a part on the piano, guitar, harp, flute, violin... the little ones can usually pick up a simple phrase on the glockenspeil as an addition to the whole. It adds a nice touch. Obviously, it has to be pitched well to join in all the other tuned instruments. My actions speak louder than my words... I'm ordering another one!
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I say toy, because as the other reviewers noted - it isn't a toy but a professional instrument. I bought this for my 18 month nephew, and it was his favorite present...along with the maracas and slighbell wristbands I got him. I am surprised I was let back in their house. But the unit was shipped quickly, and packs up easily, sliding into a bookcase. It also is durable and will take a kid's banging. The tones are absolutely beautiful and clear, and it is 9.99...what else you could you want??? I would recommed getting more that one, because I have bought it 3x since giving it to him, for other gifts.
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My brother wanted me to order this for our 14 month old daughter for Christmas. Well, we tested it out, and love it! The sound quality is superb for a first instrument. The instrument itself is a small version, which is perfect for a child to use. The only thing we will do different is get her safe mallets for a toddler.
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