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Old 10-26-2017, 03:14 AM
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Location: colorado springs, CO
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My preference is for big bamboo chimes, the bigger the better. They sound delightfully melodic, peaceful and natural without the irritating loud metallic clanking and sharp ringing of metal chimes.
I like wind harps and Aeolian harps too, they are so surreal:

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I became obsessed with aeolian harps after my motherís funeral in April.

There was this ring ... sort of like those Tibetan bowls, that nobody else heard but me. I looked high & low & all I could see were two little wind chimes hanging from a tree.

I had never heard of these harps; I came home & literally googled ď singing chime in cemeteryĒ & obviously that pulled up a lot of new age/metaphysical stuff. Finally I found the tone that I had heard. Iím hooked but I canít find one to buy that is under $800!

Iíve tried making one & there is no future for me in handcrafting, whatsoever. I wonder, if that continuous ďzingĒ was from those two wind chimes hung close together?

Itís like the Sirens song to me.

I donít like the random clacketey, clanking, out of tune ones though .
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Old 10-26-2017, 07:41 AM
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Location: Big Island of Hawaii
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I really dislike windchimes, too. It's just more noise on top of too much noise.
That said, a friend has some bamboo chimes. They make lovely, resonant noise that doesn't carry very far.
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Old 10-26-2017, 11:38 AM
 
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Do you have close neighbors? If so, do them a favor and forego the wind chimes unless you could be vigilant about stopping them from clanging at night.
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Old 10-31-2017, 04:38 PM
 
Location: Whidbey Island, WA
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Corinthian Bells. They have a distinctly rich, warm sound and are incredible. We actually have them indoors over a floor vent so we can hear them throughout the day. Truly a delight.

They come in various sizes and musical scales: https://whimsicalwinds.com/Manufactu...ls_Wind_Chimes
I agree with Corinthian Bells - we've got three different sizes, one of which is pretty good sized. Love the sounds of even the small ones!
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Old 10-31-2017, 04:39 PM
 
Location: Whidbey Island, WA
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Wind chimes are truly an annoyance and I'm glad I'm not the OP's neighbor.
Maybe the OP lives on acreage as we do - no one close enough to hear them, and WE enjoy them.
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