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Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harp

from 985.00
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Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harp

from 985.00

Plays in all 8 common keys. Enjoy all the same great features of the Fullsicle™ Harp with the upgraded look, feel, and sound of the Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harp. Available in beautiful elegant woods to swoon over. . This harp also features upgraded wound bass strings for a better feel and improved bass response.

  • Your choice of solid cherry* or walnut**
  • This harp comes outfitted with a full set of Rees Levers on all strings

  • Available with or without an electric pick-up

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

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Plays in all 8 common keys. Enjoy all the same great features of the Fullsicle™ Harp with the upgraded look, feel, and sound of the Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harp. Available in beautiful elegant woods to swoon over. . This harp also features upgraded wound bass strings for a better feel and improved bass response.

  • Your choice of solid cherry* or walnut**
  • This harp comes outfitted with a full set of Rees Levers on all strings

  • Available with or without an electric pick-up

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

*Cherry wood has a warm golden orange hue that deepens to a rich red/orange brown color with age.

**Walnut wood is a nice chocolate brown color.

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

Like all fully levered harps, an initial re-tuning 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 re-tuning their harp.