So you've seen some harps that are look smaller than others....what's the dif?
Want to watch the video? It's just below.
Prefer a text abridged version? It's below the vid. However, you will miss a moment of my hilarity if you don't at least watch the beginning of the video. :)
Did you know that there are different types of harps? Different harps suit different needs, including affordability.
A few things I talk about in this video are:
Also, do beginners "move up" from one type of harp to another? Watch the video or my answer!
Harps in this video:
Lyon & Healy Prelude
Dusty Strings Allegro
Lap harp is from a Music Makers* kit from long ago....I don't think it's on their website. But they do still have similar kits*!
If you purchase one of these harps as a result of this video, be sure to tell them I sent you!
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You can also read a past blog post on the differences between pedal & lever harps in the archives.
What kind of harp do you play? Or would you like to play? Let me know on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or in the comments below!
Also, a big thank you to Jessica Stansberry & her #5daysto1month challenge, which helped me get this video up!
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