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The chimes have jumper plugs to select the preset songs.

You CANNOT load your own like cell phones allow.

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Some of my tone chimes feel like they are gummed up or something. The clapper head does not move freely. Any suggestions?


There are 2 hex head screws at the base of the plastic piece that holds the clapper. Unscrew them a little, and it should loosen up the head.

Sep 27, 2011 | Suzuki 25Note Chromatic Tone Chime Set

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The G3 has an ugly sound. It was ringing much nicer at the beginning of school. We did replace the head to see if that would help but it still has this awful thwunk sound.


It probably has a crack. Do like is done in some aircraft quality control things looking for cracks:
Make a solution, probably blue, with vegitable dye in water... fairly dark saturated solution. Dip the chime in it for a couple minutes and then drain. OFTEN you will see the dyed water draining out of the crack as a steam of blue if it is cracked. Repairing the cracks are iffy at best. You would need to find somebody with a MIG or TIG welder that can weld aluminum. After welding, the metal would have to be filed and dressed down close to the original profile.... Next one would use a tuner to file away slowly the added material to bring it into tune. Depending where the crack is, the welder may have to "vee" out the crack to get a solid fill of the crack.

Sep 24, 2011 | Suzuki 25Note Chromatic Tone Chime Set

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Have a number of chimes that are out of tune...would like to have 2 octaves checked and replaced or fixed, as needed... also am missing one chime... how do we go about fixing our needs?


The tuning is NOT likely to change unless: Metal tube is damaged OR there is dirt or other buildup on the tubes OR there are cracks in the tube. Procure a Korg tuner to check the pitch of these. Do NOT compare against a piano since a piano is "stretch tuned" and may be off up to 22 cents.
The Korg chromatic tuners can be bought for about $20... they are precise. If chimes are cracked, or damaged, that is usually fatal. Dirt can be cleaned.

Jun 27, 2011 | Suzuki 25Note Chromatic Tone Chime Set

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I am trying to replace several of my Suzuki hand chimes that are so out of tune I can't really use them anymore and can't find a supplier who will sell them individually. Can you help? I need 1 G-4, 2...


Suzuki does sell individual replacements, I bought a few last year. If there are a few unusable chimes now, you can try to tune them, nothing to lose, I was able to tune 8 of ours and 2 others were too far gone and had to be replaced. They tune like a tuning fork, which is what they are. If the chime is flat, you either file the tips, in effect making the legs shorter, this must be done evenly or sustain will be affected, or, the inside of the legs near the tips can be filed, again evenly, to reduce mass. If the chime is sharp, filing is done down in the "******" area.

Apr 25, 2011 | Suzuki 25Note Chromatic Tone Chime Set

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E5 tone chime out of tune. Sounds flat. Have replaced the head and this has not solved the problem


Forgot to mention... the clapper has almost nothing to do with the tone.

Apr 20, 2011 | Suzuki Music

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Tone chime E5 is out of tune and sounds flat. Have replaced the head and this did not solve the problem. What else do I need to do?


"sounds flat" ... What are you comparing this to? Pianos at that range are sharped due to stretch tuning so this would appear flat compared to the piano. Use a Korg or other brand tuner to verify. If it is flat, my educated guess is there is a crack in it. Dip it in a vegetable dye water mixture and usually cracks will show up. This is almost like Magnafluxing they use in the aircraft industry. These are likely made of aluminum and repair if cracked would be hard... one could try to have it welded and then filed down to tune it. I have done this with sleigh bells on a pipe organ, but those were brass.

Apr 20, 2011 | Suzuki 25Note Chromatic Tone Chime Set

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E5 flat and off pitch


Inspect for damage, especially hairline cracks. Also inspect for contamination or dirt that will change the resonant frequency. AND VERIFY the tuner you are using is accurate. Do not compare to a piano which MAY be out of tune... in fact, pianos are STRETCH tuned, that is the higher notes are SHARPED and the LOW notes are FLATTED deliberately. Comparing your chimes to a piano, the E5 would appear flat. Use a good electronic tuner to verify the pitch, not a piano,

Apr 02, 2011 | Suzuki 25Note Chromatic Tone Chime Set

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The head of my A6 chime has split. I need a replacement part, but have no idea where to get one. This is a very old classroom set that was purchased years ago. I'm not surprised that the rubber is...


You will have a near impossible task to find a replacement. Try at a music store that deals in student instruments. This is not high tech and the technology has not changed much so you might luck out.. DO NOT leave any part of your set with them... they tend to get lost.

If you can't get the part then your choice is to MAKE a suitable part. It is often not hard to come up with a substitute. If the metal of the chime has cracked, then have it welded and then tune it with a file...

Mar 09, 2011 | Suzuki 25Note Chromatic Tone Chime Set

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I have a Suzuki tone chime C6 that is flat sounding. Is there any way that this can be fixed?


First inspect for mechanical damage such as cracks or dents. Do not confuse "flat" as off pitch with "dead" sound...

Get an electronic tuner and verify pitch before going further. If there is a crack, depending on the material it might be repairable. It is UNLIKELY that the pitch would be very far off as these are mechanical type resonators due to manufacturing defect. Also look for problem with the clapper...

Nov 24, 2010 | Suzuki 25Note Chromatic Tone Chime Set

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Cannot hear myself when mic is plugged in


make shure the cable youre using between the the itch ( great little controller ) and the receiver is not balanced. here are the two options that will work. from your sure unit. xlr-to 1/4ts or 1/4ts to 1/4ts. there are two kinds of 1/4 inch connectors. these you know look like the standard guitar plug or some people call them phono plug. on the end of the prong you will see one or two rings. one ring means its tip and sleeve . two rings means your cable is tip , ring, and sleeve.
how is that software compared to the normal SL software?
i use, tech 1200s and a rane ttm54. but i dont use serato. i use torq. i love it.

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