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Roosebeck Heather Harp™ 22-String Eala Design
Roosebeck Heather Harp™ 22-String Eala Design

Roosebeck Heather Harp™ 22-String Eala Design

Roosebeck Heather Harp™ 22-String Eala Design
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Heather harp with Eala design that is approximately 36" tall with a Birch soundboard for exceptional sound and strength. The Eala design, hand carved on side of the sound box, is a Celtic tradition and the swan is associated with music, love, purity and the soul. It is believed they can take human form, and have mastered the elements of water, earth and air.

Accessories Included: Tuning wrench, drawstring bag and extra string set

Overall Size: 36" L x 9" H x 18.5" W

Body: Engraved and inlaid sheesham frame with eala design on the top of frame covering sound board. The eala design is a Celtic tradition and the Swan is associated with music, love, purity and the soul. It is believed they can take human form, and have mastered the elements of water, earth and air.

Soundboard: The soundboard is made up of birch plywood for exceptional sound and strength and has 3 sound holes 

Tuning Pegs/ Levers:  22 chrome plated metal sharpening levers

Tuning: C3 to C6

Strings: 22 DuPont hard nylon strings

Actual instrument weight is approximately 10.75 lbs.

Made in Pakistan.


SUMMING IT ALL UP:
      22 strings - 3 octaves - Excellent lightweight harp

      Note range of C3 to C6 - Color coded strings for easy play

      Full lever harp - Easily change keys

      Handcrafted from solid wood - Birch soundboard for exeptional sound & strength

      Tuning tool and extra string set included


     
Hard case (HTHC) and nylon gig bag (HTNC) sold separately


SPECIAL NOTE - No Warranty on Strings:
Manufacturers recommend that you change the strings on your instrument as soon as you receive it. During the long journey to your home the elements affect the strings and may shorten their life expectancy and reduce their sound quality. On occasion, a string may fail during this trip; therefore, it is recommended that you purchase a replacement set of strings and consider changing them as soon as possible. Learning to change strings should be the first lesson learned when embarking on the journey of playing a new instrument.

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