Help! I am so confused!
You should have a straight diatonic scale.
My harp is new.
Yes, it seems it is strung wrong. #6 should be an E, #7 D, #8 C and on down to the F.
Here’s a link to a string chart with tonal frequencies in Hz (http://www.harpsatsang.com/harp_design/data/celtic26stringchart.html)
If you can figure out which strings are “Middle C” and the “440 A”, maybe it will help you figure out the rest of them. Normally there are only two clear strings between “F” and “C”.
Just out of curiousity, does it look anything like this:
For what its worth – I used to own a 19 string harp, without levers, made in Pakistan.
it is very similar.
Sounds a lot like mine…once its properly strung, it should be F-clef “F” to “C” two octaves above middle “C”.