How much neck warping is OK (for a “home harp”)?

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    HBrock25 on #74114

    I’m considering buying a second harp to play at home, since I’ve kept my harp at church in recent years and I am separated from it. (It’s too hard on the harp to move it back and forth so often, but I need one at home – I’m a professional arranger of harp music; 30 years playing experience, but no experience with warped necks!)

    I’ve found one

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    Ann on #74115

    I confess to not having much experience with harps, but I do have lots of experience with other kinds of instruments, most of them stringed. A warped neck sounds pretty structural to me, something to be looked at very seriously. If the warping is more than minimal, I’d be very hesitant to buy into problems. If you have a luthier who could look at it you might get a more expert opinion. But if not I’d proceed with extreme caution.

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