Salvi Angelica Repairman/woman Wanted

  • Keymaster
    HBrock25 on #71107

    Hi,

    I need help.

    Participant
    Han Hsieh on #71108

    Call

    Spectator
    Sid Humphreys on #71109

    You can change the pedal rod yourself, but I recommend trying to find a harp regulator to do it for you. Harps, like people, can shrink as they age so you may need a slightly different size pedal rod than you may think if your harp is older. Contact Peter Wiley (harpdoc.com) or Carl Swanson (his web page is somewhere on this site) and they can give you more info on how to do this if you can’t find someone in the area. I do have Carl’s book, “A Guide For Harpists” that walks you through it. It is intimidating which is why I recommend a professional first to do it for you while you watch, then if it happens ever again you’ll feel better about doing it yourself. You may even find a harpist in the area that has done this before and may be willing to assist, of course it would be nice to compensate them for their time!

    Participant
    Katherine Denler on #71110

    I believe that Karen Gottlieb is the guild member in the SF bay area, and generally the west coast.

    GOTTLIEB, KAREN

    Tel: (415) 386 0702

    kgharp@pacbell.net

    http://www.KGHarp.com

    Areas of service/travel:

    United States (San Franciso Bay Area, limited West Coast)

    http://www.lyonhealy.com/techguild.htm

    She’s really, really nice to work with 🙂

    Good luck!

    Katherine

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