All four models you mention are well known and reliable. If the Aoyama 130 has 3 legs instead of four, know that it tips over more easily. Make a chart with the headings: Size, Tone, Price, String range, and Resale Value. As she tries
is a very good question regarding buying harp. It’s so nice knowing your kid’s
interest learning the instrument.
That depends on many aspects, plus
the type of music your child wants to play and how much you want her to carry
the harp around. If your kid is serious about playing the harp, you can buy a
harp for her that is well-made, that sounds beautiful to her own ears and that
will perfectly go with the sorts of music she most want to play. Even better,
the harp will grow with you as you learn.
To help you ease the pain on
getting answers to your question, you can also read a lot of harp stuff with a
great harpist. The SweetHarp the new paradigm in lightweight harp has been
released. It could be the best for your girl. Hope this helps.
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