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Fullsicle Harp with Full Sharping Levers

Price: $924.00

Description

The Fullsicle™ Harp is the most popular of the Harpsicle® Harps. It has bridge pins and Rees Levers on all strings, allowing access to all keys. However, like all fully levered harps, the Fullsicle™ harp will require an initial retuning to make those keys accessable. This is explained below.

 We are pleased to let you know that Harpsicle® Harps are made in the United States by people who are paid a living wage and have full medical coverage and benefits.

 Specifications:

  • 33" tall
  • 26 strings
  • 3.5 octaves, C below middle C to G an octave above the treble staff
  • Weight: 4 pounds
  • Includes a tuning wrench, strap buttons, and a one-year warranty

The wooden stand shown in the photo is NOT included.

The Fullsicle is available in various colors, listed below. Choose your color from the menu.

Please note: as these harps are handmade, we may not have all colors in stock at all times. Please contact us to check availability if you have time constraints.

Colors:

  • Black
  • White
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Yellow
  • Orange
  • Red
  • Pink
  • Purple
  • Natural Maple

NOTE: Most of our harps are available for rental. If you live in the Twin Cities area and are interested in renting, give us a call at 800-969-4772.

Tuning your Fullsicle™ harp to play with flats:

  1. Raise all your B levers.
  2. Tune your harp as usual, tuning the B's to a natural as usual.
  3. Leave the B levers up for all keys except when you need B flats. Then for F major (B flats,) lower the B levers and it will lower your B's 1/2 step to the flat. 
  4. If you want to play a song with 2 flats (key of B flat major, B flat and E flat), use this same procedure and include all E's.  Then the B flats and E flats will remain up, as naturals, unless you need them as flats. 
  5. If you want to tune for the key of E flat major (B flat, E flat and A flat), use the same procedure and add the A's.

Many harpists leave their harps tuned to E flat (with the B's, E's and A's up).  Then they are able to play in up to 4 sharps and up to 3 flats without retuning their harp.



Model: FULLSICLE
Manufacturer: WILLIAM REES
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