Slab body Paraguayan style Electric Harp
This harp is a nonacoustic electric harp in the style of a Paraguayan harp, although the color coding of the strings is North American (red C's, blue F's). The bottom note is A, top note B. 37 strings total. The strings are all fluorocarbon, so the tension is fairly low in the bass strings, typical of South American harps. There are no levers on this harp. Loveland levers could be added at a cost of $10 each.
There is a split at G below middle C, so that the treble is on a seperate output jack from the bass. In this way you can add effects to the treble and still keep the bass clean for that big full supporting sound.
This would be a great harp for someone playing in a band with other electric instruments, as you can play standing (or sitting if you prefer), and you will never be covered due to not being heard. The harp stands about 60 inches tall, but is only 3 inches wide, for easy packing up and transport after the gig. The harp and stand weigh about 15 pounds.
Price of $800 includes a tuning wrench, but no case. Shipping via Fedex anywhere in the continental USA is $150. A full set of spare strings would be $125. To purchase, see instructions on Purchase Page