Question about Suzuki 25Note Chromatic Tone Chime Set
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,
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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