Half-Round Ebony Bones
Half-Price Closeout Sale!
No minimum quantity required. Order as few or as many as you want.
UNIQUE HALF-ROUND DESIGN. EXOTIC WOODS. FUN AND EASY TO PLAY. DEEPLY DISCOUNTED CLOSEOUT PRICE: If you ever wanted multiple sets of fine handcrafted professional quality bones, then here's your chance to snatch pairs made from exotic woods at a deeply discounted closeout price.
Deeply Discounted Closeout Price
The price of these premium-quality Half-Round Bones should be the same as our top-of-the-line Pea Patch Minstrel Style Bones. Here's your chance to grab them at HALF PRICE.
Why Is The Price So Low?
These bones were custom made for us. But the striking face was supposed to be absolutely flat. Instead, the striking face is slightly round. There is nothing wrong with a rounded striking face. In fact, most musical bones sport a rounded striking face. But the striking face is supposed to be absolutely flat and it is not. That's why we slashed the price—to clear them out quickly.
Why Choose These Bones?
If you want uniquely styled half-round bones that are slim and trim and easy to grip; available in three popular widths; fun and easy to play; professionally handcrafted one at a time from exotic hardwood and yours at a deeply discounted closeout price, then these superior-quality Half-Round Bones are for you.
Three Standard Widths:
Order Now...While They Last
Narrow Half-Round Bones are just 1" (2.5 cm) in width. The slim width makes them relatively light in weight and easy to grip. These bones are perfect for smaller hands or players who prefer narrow instruments.
Regular Half-Round Bones are a moderate 1-1/8" (2.9 cm) in width. The traditional design is perfect for most hand sizes and the shape delivers a superior dynamic tonal range.
Wide Half-Round Bones are a broad 1-1/4" (3.2 cm) in width. The brawny shape provides substantial heft and creates a powerful presence. They feel quite stout and burly.
These half-round bones are yours for a steal. So order now. Our loss is your gain. But hurry. Because when they're gone...they're gone.