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Re: mid-east parisian lever inotnation price?

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william-weber
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Mid-East’s levers and the bridge pins upon which they depend are placed with such imprecision it might require a machinist to add or remove metal to get the intonation right. If you are truly satisfied with the tone, then keep it as an unlevered harp. Markwood strings will help there. Maybe you could get some Universal levers from Music Makers (try just one to see if you can get it set up).

If ever you get a harp made in a 1st-world country, you’ll be placing your Mid-East back on the market.