Welcome to our online Library.
Feel free to wander around the stacks and stay as long as you like.
But please remember to be quiet.
|Learn some useful chords! Chord charts available for several instruments.|
|Here are some Dealers building our instruments in other countries|
|A few different ways you can decorate your harp.|
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|Here you will find answers to many basic questions.|
|Fret Calculator||Free Online fret calculator.|
|Learn valuable tips about the care and feeding of a harp.|
|Read about the debate over whether to use plywood or solid wood for harp soundboards.|
Home Built Harps
ISFHC Application (PDF)
|Join the International Society of Folk Hapers and Craftsmen|
|A smattering of useful links to some sites that we likes.|
|Read Jerry's thoughts on music education for life.|
|If you click on this link - guess what you will read?|
|Matt eats this for breakast almost every day!|
|Check out our free online tuner. Just click a key on the piano and you hear that note. Great for tuning any instrument.|
|11 useful tips to help you make the most out of your practice sessions.|
This article explains why the harmonic curve of the harp neck is the way it is.
This article will also be helpful to anyone designing a stringed musical instrument. You will learn how long or short your strings need to be for any given note!
Get a behind the scenes look at how Reverie Harps are made!!
|Compare the sound of different harps, download some free songs, and listen to the sounds of all our instruments.|
|Free Downloadable String Analysis Spreadsheet|
|Read about why strings tend to break more frequently in the spring.|
|Ever wanted to learn how to string a harp? Check this out.|
|Read a sampling of the many letters from our satisfied customers.|
|Here are some tips on touching up some of those inevitable dings and scratches.|
|Hints, tips, and suggestions to troubleshoot common harp problems|
|Figure out which tuning wrench you need.|