As some of you may know, I’m on quite the harp hunt for a semi-grand
gig harp. I have a gorgeous Salvi CG that I love completely- it just
weighs a ton! Thus, I’m looking for a smaller harp. While I love the
sound of Lyon/Healy’s, they don’t have any semi-grand that I’m
interested in. I already own a Salvi, so I’m looking to have a
little diversity among my harp reprtoire. After scrutenizing (sp?) a
few other harp brands, I’ve decided to look closer into Camac harps.
More specifically, the Camac Clio.
I notice that it weighs only 56 pounds. This makes me a little bit
weary- that’s only 9 pounds more than my Troubador! Is it becuase
they dont use the best wood, or is it just an ingenious
Has any one owned a Camac for a long time? I’m really interested in
a harp that I will have for a long time.
On the Camac website, it seems like all the effort put into it is to
make the website beautiful. I find the Camac website to NOT be
straight foward at all. It’s actually really confusing. It looks
like they’re putting too much effort into saying “at the heart of
the harp” and all these other whimsical things rather than showing
off thier products with prices and warranties, etc., so that makes
me a little bit sketchy of them.
So c’mon guys, give me some unwarped, non sugar-coated opinions on
Let the battle begin.