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Rainbow Harp

£990.00

Our Rainbow Harp is hand crafted to give a bright, lively tone with a beautiful gloss finish

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Description

Rainbow Harp

Designed by a dyslexic harper to make learning easier.

Based on Montessori methods.

A proper Celtic Harp that looks and sounds beautiful.

Carbon Neutral, built with FSC or better timber and local, sustainable materials where possible.

2 year guarantee

60 Day No Quibble Guarantee We’re so sure you’ll love it that if you don’t, simply return it within 60 days and we’ll give you a full refund, including shipping fees.*

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This is a proper Celtic Harp, amended to make it easier to learn.

Weighs just 4.8kg, making it manageable for younger students.

We handcraft them in our workshop in Woodchester out of FSC or better sycamore and high-quality Birch plywood.  It has a bright, lively tone and a beautiful gloss finish.

The soundboard is made from aircraft birch plywood, so-called because of its use in aeroplanes due to its very high strength to weight ratio.  This means that 3mm of wood can bear a high string tension, which in turn makes the notes ring beautifully.  A thinner soundboard resonates better with the strings.

Harp Dimensions    

  • Height 100cm
  • Depth 63cm
  • Width 25cm
  • Tuning key included
  • Beginner’s Guide to the Rainbow Harp book included

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( + deposit and P&P )

We can fit levers on our Rainbow Harps.  Please contact us if you’re looking to buy a levered harp or add levers to the harp you’ve already got.

A fully levered Rainbow Harp is £1360, or a partially levered Rainbow Harp, with levers on the Fs, Cs and Bs, is £1140.

Hands on Harps - our sister site

Visit www.handsonharps.com to see these harps with traditionally covered strings and our other way of teaching you to play the harp

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