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  • #71789
    HBrock25
    Keymaster

    Hi, i have a problem about the pedal felt..

    is it hard to change a pedal felt by myself? is there any video of how to change a pedal felt?

    As my felt always fold up, i don’t wanna move my harp every time for change the felt, i wanna do it by myself. But i have no idea how. Would you all give me to advice??

    P.S is it really necessary to change the felt when it has folded up?

    Thanks

    #71790
    Tacye
    Participant

    I don’t find it hard – a bit tedious maybe.

    #71791
    Katrina Wong
    Member

    No, i didn’t, Thanks for website . is there any risks to change the felt by myself with no knowledge of it?

    Yes i mean they have a holes on the felt..

    another question, My harp is L&H Chicago CGE. i believe that they don’t have a little tire under the bass. But i wanna move my harp to the living room from the music room, can i just haul it? will it scraped my harp bass?? (I don’t have the harp dolly)

    Thank you very much

    #71792
    Sylvia
    Participant

    You’re not getting much response, so I’ll add a comment.

    #71793
    Sylvia
    Participant

    I should say that just for short distances I slide.

    #71794
    Tacye
    Participant

    My harp is an 85CG and didn’t have wheels either – I used to slide it on hard floors (the front feet were round metal, presumably designed to slide), pick it up, use the trolley or ‘walk’ it from foot to foot.

    #71795
    Sylvia
    Participant

    At one time, my Ayoama Etude had wheels on the front.

    #71796
    Katrina Wong
    Member

    the wheel is different with harp shoes? http://us.harp.com/info/products/pact_show/id_19396507/

    Where can i buy it?? All i can touch is the Base Bolt~~ >.

    #71797
    Tacye
    Participant

    If you want (indoor!) wheels to replace the shoes on the front feet I suggest you ask a technician as they need to be set into the wood.

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