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Two new instruments for the harp student, a 26 string and a 34 string. The TURMENNAN EALA is still our principal harp and is now well established as a quality hand made instrument. EALAs are being played throughout Ireland as well as in Canada, Finland, Japan and several in Great Britain. Several people have approached us with problematic harps bought from online music stores, or eBay. These are mostly of Asian origin, and while not badly constructed, the strings and levers are of poor quality. They tend to be heavy and sound pretty awful. Generally it has not been possible to turn them into viable musical instruments. We have developed our harps to give student harp players access to decent instruments at an affordable price.
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