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13 Bowl Frosted Crystal Singing Bowl Set

13 Bowl Frosted Singing Bowl Set

$2,800.00
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- 13 Bowl Frosted Quartz Crystal Singing Bowl Set - 

This set contains the following notes:

4th octave C

4th octave C#

4th octave D

4th octave D#

4th octave E

4th octave F

4th octave F#

4th octave G

4th octave G#

4th octave A

4th octave A#

4th octave B

5th octave C

 

The set is a full chromatic scale, so there is a rich variety of harmonics. There are many many possibilities for perfect fifths, thirds, fourths and different scales and chord structures to create a variety of moods and meditative effects.

The size of these bowls will be between 14 and 8 inches. We will try to select the bowl sizes that can nested in the fewest cases. We take great care to select bowls that have good tone, vibration and that have sizes that work ascetically together.

Each bowl comes with a free o-ring and striker. You also will receive 3 free educational videos that will teach you how to play a crystal bowl, play harmonics with a crystal bowl and how to use your voice while playing a crystal bowl. These will be sent to your email as downloads within a week of your purchase. Last this purchase qualifies you for our rewards program, where you will receive 10% off future orders.

 

440hz, 432hz and Non Perfect Pitch Tuning

440hz is the international standard for tuning instruments. To understand this, imagine a piano. The middle A key, right in the middle of the piano, is tuned to resonate at 440hz. All the other keys on the piano are tuned in relationship to that A equalling 440hz. This is how most instruments are tuned internationally, whether it be a saxophone or guitar, the assumption is that the middle A note resonates at 440hz. It is important to get your crystal bowls tuned to 440hz if you are ever going to be playing with another musician or musical instrument so all the notes will be in tune with each other. If you would never play with another musician or instrument, then 440hz tuning is not necessary for you. 432hz tuning simply assumes that the middle A note resonates at 432hz. All the other notes are tuned in relationship to A equalling 432hz. This makes all the notes just a slight bit flatter in tone, and thus can come off a little bit sweeter in tone. It is a very small distinction, one that is hard to hear unless you have a 440hz and 432hz bowl right next to each other. Other merely means that the middle A note is not 432hz or 440hz. It could be 435 hz or 445 hz. "Other" sets are excellent and in our opinion have the same healing potential as 440hz or 432hz. If you did choose "other" tuning, we would select the tuning for you based off what we have in stock. We are not providing "other" sound files below, but if you choose "other" the sounds will be very very similar to 440hz tuning. The sounds would be so similar it could be difficult for some to tell the difference. 

440hz Sound Files 

 

C

C#

D

D#

E

F

F#

G

G#

A

A#

B

C

432hz Sound Files 

 

C

C#

D

D#

E

F

F#

G

G#

A

A#

B

C