Re: Amplification for a small harp

steven-todd-miller on #148219

Go to Radio Shack and get a small $20 lapel microphone, then get a small amp like a Peavy Audition (they have battery operated cordless amps now- I’d go with one of them). The radio Shack guys will help you get the right cords to connect it. Stick the lapel mic into the sound box though the back and loop it around the 2nd or 3rd octave hole to keep it from moving- leaving the mic in the harp. This is what I’ve used for 20 years and have had professional sound technicians ask me what I’m using. (PS- the battery in the lapel mic only lasts a couple of months- change it often.)