Chimalong
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Chimalong

$43.95 $35.16 
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Specs

SKU: CH1JR
Age Grade: Ages 3 and up
Dimensions: 11.25 in. Wide, 14 in. Deep

Overview

Introduced in 1986, a consistent best seller. Only from Woodstock!

Recommended for its educational value by John Sebastian, Marilyn Horne, André Watts, Peter Shickele and the late Jim Henson. Tuned to C Major, the Chimalong can be played by number, color or notes. A xylophone-style instrument made with world famous Woodstock Chimes tubes, the Chimalong comes with an extra #7 tube, which changes the B (for key of C) to B flat (for key of F), giving greater musical flexibility. Also comes with two mallets & color-coded songbook.

The Chimalong is a multi award winner:
Parents' Choice Gold Award winner
Parents' Choice Classic Award Winner
Parents' Choice Top 25 Toys of 25 Years Award winner
Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Blue Chip/Best Toy Award winner
Fat Brain Toy Award winner


Watch Woodstock Chimes founder and owner Garry Kvistad introduce and play the Chimalong.

Download additional songs to play on your Chimalong!

Reviews

Product Rating: (4.50)# of Ratings: 2
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1. Anonymous User on 8/21/2017, said:
As a devoted fan of Woodstock chimes I really appreciate the precision with which they are made. The chime-along is no exception; however, although it is very reasonably priced, the foam 'holder' prevents resonance in the higher notes so that they sound rather dull. Also it does need to be regularly adjusted. I hope to see an even better version ~ even if it costs an additional amount. Was this comment helpful? yes no (0 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
2. Anonymous User on 11/2/2014, said:
My daughter loved it in 1986 and now my granddaughter loves it! Wonderful musical instrument for little people! Was this comment helpful? yes no (1 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
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