Economical travel/ lap harp

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  • Participant
    unknown-user on #167962

    I am looking into buying a lap harp to travel with, but don’t want
    to spend a huge amount of money. Also, I want to find one that will
    fit in an overhead compartment of an airplane, if possible (is it?)
    so the shorter the better. Oh, one more question, I purchased a used
    Thormahlen Swan a year and a half ago from my teacher; it is in
    great condition and sounds wonderful, but some of the varnish on the
    soundboard has been worn off near the top. Can this be fixed? Any
    thoughts on either subject would be much appreciated, thanks!

    Participant
    kim-adamson on #167963

    Hi Miriam,
    You may want to consider an R harp.

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    Participant
    unknown-user on #167965

    Thanks so much for the suggestions, I’m keeping my eyes open.

    Participant
    Evangeline Williams on #167966

    I would definately recommend the “R” harp.

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