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Pea Patch Minstrel-style Ebony Bones, regular

Pea Patch Minstrel-style Ebony Bones, regular
Traditional minstrel design, exotic wood...plain price.


 
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Handcrafted Minstrel Style Bones--
  • Minstrel shape patterned after vintage Percy Danforth Bones made by the late master woodcrafter, Ray Schairer (1922 - 2011).
  • Ideal for medium hands: Slightly wider width than vintage Danforth Bones.
  • Moderate Width: Delivers superior dynamic tonal range.
  • No two are exactly alike.
  • Thickness, length and width of each bone might differ slightly.
  • Smooth glossy finish.
  • Durable Wood: Guaranteed not to crack or your money back.
  • Protective Natural "Bob" Polish: Keeps bones looking new.
  • Historically accurate minstrel design.
  • Ideal for living history minstrel band performers.
  • Perfect for Civil War reenactors jamming around the camp fire.
  • Professional Quality...Budget price.
Welcome to the only store on the planet where you can get minstrel style bones in rare budget priced exotic woods and 3 standard widths.

Narrow
Narrow Pea Patch Minstrel-style 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
Regular Pea Patch Minstrel-style 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
Wide Pea Patch Minstrel-style 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.

Here's What You Get:
One pair (2 individual bones, like in the photo). That's enough to rattle the bones in one hand.

Only $33.97 pair

Quantity in Stock:16

Product Code: 136-01-02-R
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Description Technical Specs
 
Ebony was the wood of choice for Mister Bones during the minstrel era. It is one of the world's hardest woods. Ebony is a dense resonant wood that holds a reputation among woodcrafters as a saw buster.

In 1897 you could buy a set of four 7" ebony bones for thirty-five cents from the Sears, Roebuck & Co. catalog. Living history performers who do Minstrel era and Civil War gigs should choose ebony minstrel-style bones for the historically accurate design. You will appreciate the sharp powerful tone that cuts through the clamor of festival crowds - and so will those curious onlookers!

Figures below are approximate (but pretty darn close)

Tonality
Features
  1. Moderate Width: Delivers superior dynamic tonal range.
  2. Ebony Hardwood: Handcrafted one-at-a-time.
  3. Smooth glossy finish: Fine heirloom quality instruments.
  4. Durable Hardwood: Guaranteed not to crack or your money back.
  5. Traditional Minstrel Style Design: Still popular over 150 years.
  6. Protective Natural "Bob" Polish: Keeps bones looking new.
  7. Historically accurate minstrel design.
  8. Ideal for living history minstrel band performers.
  9. Perfect for Civil War reenactors jamming around the camp fire.
  10. Budget priced.

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Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

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Beginner, paired them with my nautical ox shins March 30, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from California  
Since ordering these and some ebony spoons from lark in the morning, I've learned that the sound of ebony on ebony doesn't lend itself to every genre. However, holding one of these as the stationary bone and ox shin as the striking bone yields quite a pleasant sound. Also neat is holding both ebony bones and both ox shins in my off-hand for a "bone-clanking" sound that may lend itself to darker/minor songs.

Ebony on ebony is very poppy, but bone on ebony is sharp. My collection and experience are limited but I think these make good off-hand bones and combine well with real bone.

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