Notes wind chimes was founded by a musician with an ear for pure
tone and crystal clear clarity. Unparalleled craftsmanship, an
innovative design, and the use of the finest materials all combine to
create the most musical wind chimes on the planet. The
difference truly is in the details.
The stainless steal ring used to hang the wind chime will never rust.
The aluminum ring is not prone to drying or cracking as is typically
the case with wooden tops used to make lower quality wind chimes.
The level of the tubes is varied so that the striker always makes
contact in the very center of each tube. Any xylophone player will
attest to the fact that the center of the tubes is the sweet spot.
because it produces the clearest tones.
Grace Notes wind chimes have a larger radius providing greater space
between the tubes and the striker itself. Due to this greater space,
the notes can be heard individually thus creating a deeper, more
resonant sound that helps set these chimes apart.
Composite lumber strikers are both environmentally friendly and
eliminate harsh overtones. These strikers will not dry, crack, or
require maintenance of any kind.
Custom made and specially braided Dacron string is weather resistant.
This unique suspension design helps set Grace Notes apart and
produces superior sound quality. This design features interior pins
set at the resonant node which produces greater resonance and crystal
clear tones for optimum sound quality.
Wind chimes tones are determined by the ratio of wall thickness to
tubing diameter. All harmonically tuned aluminum tubes are custom
crafted to attain the precise ratio for optimal sound quality.
Grace Notes uses tempered aluminum
because it is a superior sound conductor when compared to other
materials such as brass, copper, and bronze.
The additional length on the center strings of Grace Notes wind
chimes means it takes less wind to activate the chime.
Light weight aluminum wind plates are weather resistant and make it
easier for the wind chimes to play when compared to wooden wind
plates found on inferior chimes. The engraved tuning name, chord and
notes are another feature of our wind plates. Personalized engravings
are placed on the other side.