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Premium 14 Piece Tuning Fork Set in Wood Box and Mallet A=426.6

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These are top quality aluminum alloy tuning forks for physics and music classes in an attractive wooden box. Premium alloy results in a heavier fork with a longer harmonic tone. In this set the A=426.6 Hz. These high quality forks measure 15 to 25 cm long with 7 mm x 9 mm tines and vibrate long and loudly. Each is tuned within .05% of rated frequency. We include a striking mallet with this set. The tuning forks in this set include: Low C (256 Hz) C (271 Hz) D (288 Hz) E (304 Hz) E (320 Hz) F (341.3 Hz) F (362 Hz) G (384 Hz) G (406 Hz) A (426.6 Hz) B (456 Hz) B (480 Hz) High C (512 Hz) E (659 Hz) Each tuning fork is marked with both musical scale and Hertz ranges. Sizes range from 8 inches down to 5.5 inches This set is extremely popular with teachers and practitioners of healing sound therapy.

Premium 14 Piece Tuning Fork Set in Wood Box and Mallet A=426.6

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