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  • #107231
    deb-l
    Participant

    hi all, I think I found a harp I can actually afford.

    #107232
    kay-lister
    Member

    Hi Deb,

    Looks nice!

    #107233
    jessica-wolff
    Participant

    I think you should hold out for the Prelude, unless you think you will fall out of love with it (“whatever that may be at the time”).

    #107234
    deb-l
    Participant

    hi Kay, I’ve had many rentals.

    #107235
    kay-lister
    Member

    Deb,

    Have you checked into a rent to buy program?

    #107236
    deb-l
    Participant

    hi Kay and Jessica, rent to buy program you get 100% credit for first 4 months, 50% for next 4, nothing after that.

    #107237
    Tacye
    Participant

    A few weeks ago you wrote that the Signature was not right for you.

    #107238
    kay-lister
    Member

    Deb,

    If you have any sort of CD or savings account that you don’t want to tap into, you can still get a loan against them and by law, be charged only 1 1/2 % interest over the current rate that is being paid on your cash acct.

    #107239
    harpglo-jean
    Participant

    Hi Deb,

    It looks to be in good shape, but it does not have a veneer over the soundboard, which is not a bad thing, just cosmetic.

    #107240
    harpglo-jean
    Participant

    ….whoops! I meant to say that it has the “better” Loveland levers…..

    #107241
    deb-l
    Participant

    hi Tacye,

    #107242
    deb-l
    Participant

    you have a good point Gloria, I have seen what time can do to a harp in the Dauphine, and swore I would take that into consideration when I buy my harp.

    #107243
    deb-l
    Participant

    thanks Kay. very interesting ideas.

    #107244
    Tacye
    Participant

    If the harp is worth whatever its asking price is now I don’t see why it
    should be worth that much less in a years time- the difference would be
    that you are a private seller rather than a dealer with resources and
    reputation.

    #107245
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I don’t know what’s near you, but Melody’s has a used Blevins Encore and Thormahlen Swan in stock right now. My Dusty is 20 years old and is just going in for a tuneup, so getting a good harp that will last a long time is worth it!

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