Harps and Accessories
Does anyone know if there is a distributor for Webster Harps in Canada.
Bill is a “one man” operation,
My favorite metronome is the
I’m a teacher, so prefer the triangular
I’m with Patricia. I love my Wittner. It sits right on the piano next to the harp and really looks like an art piece when the cover is on it.
The Boss Dr. Beat DB 90–expensive but worth it. It has far more features than I will ever need, but I love its ability to subdivide, the choice of click sounds, including a digital voice that will count for you, and the great tempo range.
Taktell triangular shaped, wind up. I’ve had mine since 1984, hauled it around in my bookbag everyday
I’ve been trying to bring my playing of jazz music – “heads” and improv – up to speed on the cross-strung harp.
Yikes, I still have a walnut Seth Thomas that works fine, but I also like the bare bones Korg MA-30 for putting in my pocket or gig bag.
I have an iphone and for .99 cents the “Tempo” metronome app is amazing. I have it with me wherever I go and I use it every day. Here’s a link with description and review:
Vixen Harps in Ottawa, ON with a satellite location in Toronto, ON carry the Webster Harps line.