registrylogosm.jpg

 
z1
Who's On
A Bird's Home

 
A Bird's Home
 
A Birder's Resources
 
Ask Us A Question Here
 
Cypripedium - Lady Slipper Orchids
 
Music of the Spheres - Bass Profundo Windchime
 
Audubon Birds of America
 
Become an Affiliate
 
Butterfly Encyclopedia
 
Estate Feeder - Lower To Fill
 
Music Of The Spheres
 
Music of the Spheres - About Us
 
Music of the Spheres - Auxiliary Products
 
Music of the Spheres - Chime Sizes
 
Music of the Spheres - Chime Tunings
 
Music of the Spheres - Ensembles
 
Music of the Spheres - FAQ
 
Music of the Spheres - Hear Our Chimes
 
Music of the Spheres - Our Chimes
 
Music of the Spheres - Specifications Chart
 
Music of the Spheres - Testimonials
 
Product Reviews
 
The Registry of Nature Habitats Certification
 
Page Rank
Bird feedersBirdhousesBird Houses Bird Feeders

Search for products for sale only!

Search entire site for specific information!

Click on any product image to see different colors and/or larger image(s) of product.
Bookmark - Add us to your Favorites

>


P.S. Get #1 on Google with PR4-PR8 Contextual Links - GUARANTEED rankings & PageRank increase on Google. Check out the details.



Visit the Plant Encyclopedia
over 35,000 listings!
Detailed
Bluebird House Plan
$1.50
Download after purchase

Keep clicking to find additional occurrences
Music of the Spheres - FAQ

Music Of The Spheres

Frequently Asked Questions About Our Chimes

Q: I don't understand the difference between "sizes/voices" and "tunings"?

A: Use this analogy to buying a shirt: you could think of tuning as the color and pitch range as the size. You can get a shirt in pink, blue and yellow; and you can also choose small, medium and large. You may also think of our tunings as songs. Each of them is available in various pitch ranges (sizes). A musical instrument must be made larger to create lower pitches (For example, a higher pitched violin is smaller than its cousin, the lower pitched cello. Each can play the same melody, but in different pitch ranges.) Please go to the "Hear Our Chimes" section of the website to hear the different tunings in the different pitch ranges.

Q: Can I hang my Music of the Spheres windchimes outside?

A: Yes, they are designed for lasting outdoor durability. Please refer to our "Materials & Construction" section of the website for descriptions of our durable materials and method of construction. If you want to appreciate the beauty and ambience of your Music of the Spheres windchime indoors you can "power" the chime with an oscillating fan or a pull cord. Children have also been taught to gently "play" the chime for their parents. One customer even positioned the windcatcher in the path of the cat door!

Q: Are my Music of the Spheres windchimes covered by a warranty?

A: Yes, our Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano, Alto and Westminster chimes are warranted for 7 years from the date of purchase against defects in materials and workmanship. Tenor, Bass and Basso Profundo chimes are similarly warranted for 15 years.

Q: What are the specifications and prices for your windchimes?

A: Please refer to the specification chart for this information.

Q: Can I get my chimes repaired if they should be damaged?

A: Yes, please call or email for a return or repair authorization. If a repair is covered by warranty, there will be no charge. If not, a $25 charge plus the cost of any additional components and return freight will apply. If you have a non-Music of the Spheres chime and would like it repaired, the policy is the same as for a non-warranted chimes.

Q: How can I increase (or decrease) the activity of my Music of the Spheres windchime?

A: 1. Hang the chime in a different location, either more or less exposed to wind.
2. Hang the chime from the first knot above the ring for greater activity and from the second knot for lower activity.
3. Adjust the size of the windcatcher. To identify your windcatcher you may refer to the diagram on the "How They're Made" page. The wind catcher at the bottom of your chime is the "motor" that makes it work. Windcatchers harness the power of the wind and transfer it to the clapper, which moves to strike the tubes and play the music. The larger the windcatcher surface area for any given size chime, the less wind is needed to activate it. We design our chimes to play in eight to ten mile-per-hour breezes. If your chimes hang in an extraordinarily enclosed or exposed area, they will require a correspondingly larger or smaller wind catcher than the standard one, to achieve a "standard" activity level. If you feel you need a different size windcatcher, return yours, asking for either the next size up or down and we will send a replacement at no charge. If you would like to keep yours and buy an extra, click here .

Q: How should I hang my chime?

A: There are a number of safe ways to hang your chime. The "best" for a particular circumstance will depend on which chime size you're hanging and where it is you would like it to hang. In all cases, simply using some basic common sense is a great start. In many cases, hanging a chime "properly" is not a complicated matter. Some chime hanging basics are:

  • Don't hang your chime on anything that is sharp or abrasive. Over time the cord will be cut or worn and will eventually break. For instance, instead of hanging the chime from an old rusty nail, take the time to get a carabiner or some other sort of metal ring. Hang the chime from the ring, then hang the ring from the nail.
  • Do consider the fact that the forces on the chime support will vary and will increase substantially during severe weather conditions. When planning the support for your chime, take the time to "do it right" by preparing for stormy conditions.
  • Do test the installation by giving a "tug" on the chime after hanging it to make sure it stays put. For the smaller chimes, a gentle downward pull will suffice; whereas for the larger, heavier chimes, a good solid downward test pull is a good idea. A good rule of thumb is to test the installation with a force that is between two and three times the weight of the chime.
  • Do be considerate of your tree. When hanging chimes from a tree limb, use a blanket or a piece of rubber to spread out the load on the limb. This will avoid cutting into the bark and damaging the tree. A section of an old bicycle tire works very well for this purpose.
  • Do use a deck hook as a safe and convenient way to hang the chimes from a deck railing.
  • Do use a wall bracket to hang the chime from a wall. If mounting the bracket on a brick, stone or masonry wall, use the proper inserts for the job.
  • Do be creative and consider as many options as you can think of when trying to hang a chime. When in doubt, feel free to contact us for advice.

HEAR IT HERE
If you have an MP3 player, hear it here.  Or, if you don't have an MPS player, yoou can download a .wav file here.  But please note, the Basso.wav file is over 10MB.  You'll need a high speed connection and a fast computer to handle this file.  The resounding bass tone of these chimes is incredible, and you will need SERIOUS bass speakers to hear it well. 


 

   
Alto
$185.00
Alto Windchime
 

   
Bass
$575.00
Bass Windchime
 

   
Basso Profundo
$3,200.00

 
Now from Music of the Spheres
TM

Shipping Note:   The Basso must be crated and shipped via trucking company.  The freight will vary depending on location.  Recent rates have ranged from $350 to as much as $550 - freight to your location may be more or less.  You will also need to have a couple of strong people to help unload this item from the truck.

When we receive your order, we will contact you to work out the shipping arrangements.

The Basso Profundo.

The Ultimate Wind Chime From 
The Ultimate Wind Chime Company


The longest tube on the chime is 8.66 feet long.  The chime weighs approximately 200 lbs.  Suggested clearance for hanging is minimum of about 18 feet.

   
Mezzo Soprano
$110.00
Mezzo Windchime
 

   
Soprano
$80.00
Soprano Windchime
 

   
Tenor
$375.00
Tenor Windchime
 

   
Ads by Google






P.S. Get #1 on Google with PR4-PR8 Contextual Links - GUARANTEED rankings & PageRank increase on Google. Check out the details.







Duck Decoy Loon Lake Heartwood magnolia Coast

Home Page | Product Review Page | Join Our Affiliate Program | Links | Help

Favorite Bird Guestbook | All About Purple Martins
Contact Us | Report Site Errors | Suggestions/Comments | Privacy Notice
Voting Booth | Site Survey | Bird & Nature Link Resources | Bird & Nature Bulletin Board

Visit The Registry of Nature Habitats and apply to admit your property. Receive many benefits in addition to 10% discount on all products offered by A Bird's Home.

Join Our Mailing List!
Email First Name Last Name

Visit Our Partners:

Natural Gardens | Reigning Cats & Dogs | A Pond's Home | A Plant's Home |An Instrument's Home


Bird feeders
Online Payments
Woodside Gardens
The Registry of Nature Habitats A Plant's Home
Copyright A Plant's Home 1999 -
All Rights Reserved

Last Updated: