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I’m okay with either gut or nylon, but currently have gut. My biggest thing is wanting a very consistent sound from string to string (whether levers are up or not). Maybe this comes from my main instrument being flute, or working years as a choral director? In both cases nealry every aspect of tone can be instantly adjusted by the performer for a consistent spound…. I just want my harp to blend with itself. .
I had not thought of putting new levers on an old harp. I will Definatley look into what that might cost me.
Is there anyone out there with thoughts aboud Loveland or Truitt vs. Camac?
On the other hand, I am ready for harp #2. I want to keep one at home, and one at work. (my Heather fits in my car, but it’s an ordeal I’d prefer to go through less often — especially in Summer with endless temps over 100 — I’ve driven the car around to get the AC going before driving back to quickly load my harp.). And getting a 2nd harp IS cheaper than getting a bigger car.