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Crystal Vibes Frosted Crystal Singing Bowls

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Description

These premium frosted quartz singing bowls are super smooth and thick, resulting in a relaxing crystal-clear tone with great sustain. While larger bowls tend to produce notes from deeper octaves, all sizes contain a variety of possible notes.  Each bowl is clearly labelled with the note on the interior, and it comes with an o-ring and suede striker.


Pro Tips

Singing bowls are used in both healing and meditation practices. While playing these bowls is not difficult, you may benefit from the following tips:

1. It’s best to use your bowl in a quiet space. Clear your mind to increase positive intentions. We also suggest saying a mantra like “Om Mani Padme Hum” to begin your journey.

2. Place the provided rubber ring on a flat sturdy surface and set your bowl upon it.  Note that some smaller bowls are best used in your hand since they can be too light to sing on a flat surface.

3. Grasp the suede-covered striker like a pencil, so the striker is perpendicular to the arm.

4. Now, lightly tap the outside rim of the bowl and immediately begin to guide the striker around the corner of the outside edge of the rim.  Your striker should be at an approximate 30-degree angle to the outside of the bowl. Special care should be made to maintain firm and constant pressure. If you hear any chatter noises or if the sound dies off while you're playing it, then appropriate pressure is not being applied. As with any activity of worth, practice makes perfect. If you’re having trouble producing a solid tone, reread these instructions, take a deep breath, and try again.

5. If you prefer to gong your bowl by striking, it is best to use the suede side lightly to do so.


Care & Handling

Your crystal bowl is a high-quality fragile instrument, but with proper handling, it can remain beautiful and viable for a lifetime. Always handle your bowl with the utmost care and take special precautions while transporting or storing it. It is also imperative that appropriate strikers, mallets, and rubber rings are used when your bowl is played.

Clean your bowl with distilled water and mild dishwashing soap. A soft bristle brush or white cloth may be used. Frosted bowls with stubborn spots may benefit from a mild, abrasive bleach-based liquid cleanser (e.g., Soft Scrub). Rinse your bowl with clean water and dry with a blow dryer.


Quartz Crystal Manufacturing

These crystal singing bowls are made from the purest available quartz crystals. They are fired at extreme temperatures until they fuse, forming quartz glass. Some formations may occur during the firing process, including bubbles, lines, and spots. These features are perfectly natural and do not affect the sound or performance of the bowl in any way.

Basic Precautions

We suggest that the bowls are always played at a minimum of 10" from a person’s head. Also, avoid playing these instruments within 10" of each other as their intense vibrations can lead to shattering or breakage.


Additional Information 

Frosted crystal singing bowls are the most common type of quartz singing bowl. Referred to as “frosted bowls” or "classic frosted," they represent the original quartz singing bowl. 

Adopted from the semiconductor industry, they are heavy, rigid, and generally uniform. They’re called “frosted” due to the rough exterior, which is a byproduct of the manufacturing process. The surface is the rough sand form of the quartz that is placed in a spinning mold and fused with a hydrogen flame from the inside out. The intense heat and motion combine to recreate the crystal matrix to which the bowl owes its strength. The fusion is most evident on the inside of the bowl where the flame has healed a completely smooth surface. Some of the quartz sand is not fused to the bowl and is removed when the bowl has cooled. What remains is the rough sand-like texture that allows the bowl to sing with maximum ease. 

The surface is rough and readily provides friction against a suede striker tool used on its surface. The sound of frosted bowls is very pure, but they can be overshadowed by the sound the striker tool makes against the bowl. To prevent the striker noise, a rubber ball tool works well with the texture of the bowl to make a great tone with very little other noise.

 

 Sounds of Different Size Bowls

8"  
10"
12"

 

Description

These premium frosted quartz singing bowls are super smooth and thick, resulting in a relaxing crystal-clear tone with great sustain. While larger bowls tend to produce notes from deeper octaves, all sizes contain a variety of possible notes.  Each bowl is clearly labelled with the note on the interior, and it comes with an o-ring and suede striker.


Pro Tips

Singing bowls are used in both healing and meditation practices. While playing these bowls is not difficult, you may benefit from the following tips:

1. It’s best to use your bowl in a quiet space. Clear your mind to increase positive intentions. We also suggest saying a mantra like “Om Mani Padme Hum” to begin your journey.

2. Place the provided rubber ring on a flat sturdy surface and set your bowl upon it.  Note that some smaller bowls are best used in your hand since they can be too light to sing on a flat surface.

3. Grasp the suede-covered striker like a pencil, so the striker is perpendicular to the arm.

4. Now, lightly tap the outside rim of the bowl and immediately begin to guide the striker around the corner of the outside edge of the rim.  Your striker should be at an approximate 30-degree angle to the outside of the bowl. Special care should be made to maintain firm and constant pressure. If you hear any chatter noises or if the sound dies off while you're playing it, then appropriate pressure is not being applied. As with any activity of worth, practice makes perfect. If you’re having trouble producing a solid tone, reread these instructions, take a deep breath, and try again.

5. If you prefer to gong your bowl by striking, it is best to use the suede side lightly to do so.


Care & Handling

Your crystal bowl is a high-quality fragile instrument, but with proper handling, it can remain beautiful and viable for a lifetime. Always handle your bowl with the utmost care and take special precautions while transporting or storing it. It is also imperative that appropriate strikers, mallets, and rubber rings are used when your bowl is played.

Clean your bowl with distilled water and mild dishwashing soap. A soft bristle brush or white cloth may be used. Frosted bowls with stubborn spots may benefit from a mild, abrasive bleach-based liquid cleanser (e.g., Soft Scrub). Rinse your bowl with clean water and dry with a blow dryer.


Quartz Crystal Manufacturing

These crystal singing bowls are made from the purest available quartz crystals. They are fired at extreme temperatures until they fuse, forming quartz glass. Some formations may occur during the firing process, including bubbles, lines, and spots. These features are perfectly natural and do not affect the sound or performance of the bowl in any way.

Basic Precautions

We suggest that the bowls are always played at a minimum of 10" from a person’s head. Also, avoid playing these instruments within 10" of each other as their intense vibrations can lead to shattering or breakage.


Additional Information 

Frosted crystal singing bowls are the most common type of quartz singing bowl. Referred to as “frosted bowls” or "classic frosted," they represent the original quartz singing bowl. 

Adopted from the semiconductor industry, they are heavy, rigid, and generally uniform. They’re called “frosted” due to the rough exterior, which is a byproduct of the manufacturing process. The surface is the rough sand form of the quartz that is placed in a spinning mold and fused with a hydrogen flame from the inside out. The intense heat and motion combine to recreate the crystal matrix to which the bowl owes its strength. The fusion is most evident on the inside of the bowl where the flame has healed a completely smooth surface. Some of the quartz sand is not fused to the bowl and is removed when the bowl has cooled. What remains is the rough sand-like texture that allows the bowl to sing with maximum ease. 

The surface is rough and readily provides friction against a suede striker tool used on its surface. The sound of frosted bowls is very pure, but they can be overshadowed by the sound the striker tool makes against the bowl. To prevent the striker noise, a rubber ball tool works well with the texture of the bowl to make a great tone with very little other noise.

 

 Sounds of Different Size Bowls

8"  
10"
12"

 

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