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- No noticeable sound absorbtion.
- One size fits alll!!! Yes - one size for any and every string on any harp.
- Works on all types of strings (nylon, gut, steel, brass, wound, etc.)
- Fits on any harp that has room for sharping levers
- Made of die-cast metal alloy formulated for stength and durability.
- Smooth and easy operation.
- Simplest installation of any lever on the market.
- No unsual tools required for installation or regulation.
- Universal Lever
- Mounting Screws
- Installation Instructions
Very good simple lever, although they do add quite a lot of cost to a harp
My wife bought a beautiful one of a kind handmade 30-string Celtic harp more than 10 years ago, which was her first harp of that size, after she'd been playing a lap harp for a year or so. She therefore already was accustom to being able to change keys with levers. She asked me to add levers. I tried a couple kinds and found these to be the best available at the time. We hated the prospect of spending $375 (at the time) on a full set of levers (plus a lot of effort to install such that they function correctly), so we bought just enough to add one more key or two at a time. I spent about 4 years adding 4, 8 or 12 levers at a time until she finally had the full set. They work very well. Installing them does take some skill and patience, and means to verify the pitch, but I'm sure that's the case regardless of lever design. We've had these installed for many years now and she plays the harp regularly and has used the harp with these levers for many public performances. They are high quality and work equally well for her highest and lowest strings.
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