Hello all. I have a Ravenna 34 that I purchased in August. I chose that because my research indicated it is the most affordable of the ‘real’ harps. While I like it very much, I hope to someday trade up for something that is solid wood. I have read about cold-weather care and monitoring the humidity. But, I live in a loft with 13′ ceilings, so it’s practically impossible to create a specific environment for the harp (I love how it looks, don’t really want to hide it under the case). When the humidity was hovering around 40% I called the lovely people at Dusty Strings (they must be sick of me by now) and was told, with the construction of the Ravenna, 40% is not really a concern. SO, should I just plan to keep the Ravenna as long as I live in this loft (which I love, so no plans to move)? The carbon fiber harps look cool but are still fairly spendy. Has anyone worked through this issue?
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