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The Bardic 27 by Camac is also a very interesting option. I own a Bardic and while it is rather hideous (it looks like a solid wooden harp, but when you look closer, the comparison to IKEA productes starts becoming reasonable) it produces a much better, fuller, louder sound than my ‘big’ 34-string harp. You wouldn’t expect such an instrument to produce such a nice and projecting sound. I often use it in church, as part of the worship band; it also holds up very well in sessions.

Of course, my findings are only N=1, but if you’ve got the opportunity to try the bardic, I’d certainly take it.