Smart Harp Musicmakers

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    Lorraine Dienno on #158014

    Does anyone have experience of the Smart Harp Sound.

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    Karen Johns on #158015

    I built one of these for a friend. The sound was very soft. It is a good beginner harp, suitable for hobby harpists or children, in my opinion. Hope this helps.

    Karen

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    Lorraine Dienno on #158016

    Karen you said Smart Harp sounded soft?

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    Karen Johns on #158017

    It is a weak sound, not much projection. Decent tone though, more on the warm side than plinky, and

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    sherry-lenox on #158018

    Did you check “Backyard Harps”? THey’er smaller, but they have a lovely sweet tone, and hold pitch. I bought mine as my first harp, and I’ve never regretted it.

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    sherry-lenox on #158019

    I just looked, and they appear to have a small sound clip on the webskte.

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    Lorraine Dienno on #158020

    Sherry

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    Lorraine Dienno on #158021

    Karen

    Thanks for your reply.

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    sherry-lenox on #158022

    It’s a lap harp, but I used it for a few months for finger position and getting used to the strings. I then bought a Serenade (Thormahlen).

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    Lorraine Dienno on #158023

    Sherry

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