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Fullsicle™ Harp

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Fullsicle™ Harp

from 840.00

Plays in all 8 common keys. The Fullsicle™ Harp is our most popular and top selling harp. The Fullsicle™ Harp is well loved by skilled amateurs and played by traveling professionals all over the world.

  • This harp comes outfitted with a full set of Rees Levers on all strings

  • Available in color finishes or natural maple

  • Available with or without an electric pick-up

  • Available with standard or upgraded bass wrapped strings

This item currently ships 4-5 weeks after order is received.

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Plays in all 8 common keys. The Fullsicle™ Harp is our most popular and top selling harp. The Fullsicle™ Harp is well loved by skilled amateurs and played by traveling professionals all over the world.

  • This harp comes outfitted with a full set of Rees Levers on all strings

  • Available in color finishes or natural maple

  • Available with or without an electric pick-up

  • Available with standard or upgraded bass wrapped strings

This item currently ships 4-5 weeks after order is received.

Video compliments of Ulrike Krone, Germany

Like all fully levered harps, an initial retuning is required to make specific keys easily accessible. This is explained below.

Tuning your Fullsicle™ harp to play with flats: Keys of F, B flat, E flat tuning to the key of F major. (using B flats)
1. Raise all your B levers.
2. Tune your harp as usual tuning the B's to a natural as usual.
3. Leave the B levers up for all keys except when you need B flats. Then for F major (B flats) lower the B levers and it will lower your B's 1/2 step to the flat.
4. If you want to play a song with 2 flats key of B flat major (B flat and E flat), use this same procedure and include all E's. Then the B flats and E flats will remain up, as naturals, unless you need them as flats.
5. If you want to tune for the key of E flat major (B flat, E flat and A flat), use the same procedure and add the A's.

Many harpists leave their harps tuned to E flat (with the B's, E's and A's up). Then they are able to play in up to 4 sharps and up to 3 flats without retuning their harp.

All Harpsicle® Harps come with a tuning wrench, strap buttons, and a two year warranty.