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single note energy chime

by Mitch McMichen $12.00
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Note-Worthy Relaxation

You don't have to be sitting in lotus position atop a snow-capped mountain to harness your inner peace. Take a moment with this soothing chime and let its lingering chord bring you back to center.

Beautifully handcrafted from wood in Nashville, this meditative instrument is highlighted by a natural oil finish and wood mallet. An attached card with the signature of the craftsman who made it lends to its unique appeal, while the simple single tone is a soothing way to begin meditation or just enjoy a private moment during the day. Handmade in Tennessee.

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Made from
nylon, aluminum, birch wood
8.5" L x 1" W x 1.25" D
Care: Clean wooden mantle with dry cloth. Use aluminum polish for metal.
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Mitch McMichen

As a teenager, Mitch's interests shifted to making music. His instrument of choice was percussion and drums. Each day after school, he spent hours playing drums. Through college, Mitch not only continued to play drums but also studied classical piano. This training and those endless hours of practice gave him the confidence to leave his hometown in Florida and attempt to "make it" in Nashville, Tennessee. While working his way up as a studio drummer, he noticed that most percussion instruments were mass produced imports with no character or individuality. So he returned to his love of woodworking and began making his own instruments - experimenting and creating new sounds. When some fellow drummers and percussionists began asking for them, too, Mitch knew he was on to something. Eventually he retired from drumming (after earning gold and platinum records for his work with country music artist Brad Paisley) in order to focus on crafting his instruments. What started in a one-car garage has now grown to a small group of dedicated craftsman specializing in these unique instruments. Interesting tidbit: their shop is located in the historical May Hosiery Mill that made the socks for the famed Apollo II astronauts. collection

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