Strings

Like all stringed instruments, harp strings are very specific and not interchangeable. We recommend always having a full, extra set of strings to replace a string which breaks at an inopportune time. Unlike guitars and violins, harp strings do not need to be changed very frequently. The monofilament strings only need to be changed when they actually break. Nylon/nylon wrapped strings might reasonably be changed every few years. If you play a great deal you will want to replace any of the wrapped steel strings once a year. If you do not play daily, you can change these strings less frequently.

Harp strings number from the top so the highest, shortest string is always string number one.

 

 
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Extra, Full String Set

Note: strings sets are all custom made, by hand, by a small, quality, US-based company. Occasionally, they get busy and our string orders are delayed. Be sure to order your Extra, Full String Sets several weeks before you need them.

We strongly recommend that if you play your harp regularly you keep a complete, extra, full set of strings on hand. Harp strings rarely break but they do seem to have a special intuition about breaking at the worst possible time. These complete sets have every string clearly labeled. For detailed information on how to put on a new string go to Changing a String.

The Harpsicle set of strings is for Harpsicle®, Sharpsicle™, Flatsicle™, and Fullsicle™ Harps.

The string set for the Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harp and includes wound bass strings for improved bass response. This string set can also be used to upgrade any Harpsicle®, Sharpsicle™, Flatsicle™, or Fullsicle™ harp built after 2012 that has large bass string eyelets. Your harp must have these 4 large eyelets in order to accomodate the larger string diameter of the wound strings.

This string sets for the Grand Harpsicle® Harp and the Brilliant! Harpsicle Harp consists of nylon monofilament, nylon wrapped, and steel strings.  


 
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Upgraded Bass Strings (for a Harpsicle®, Sharpsicle™, Flatsicle™ or Fullsicle™ HarpS)

Note: strings sets are all custom made, by hand, by a small, quality, US-based company. Occasionally, they get busy and our string orders are delayed. Be sure to order your Upgraded Bass Strings several weeks before you need them.

Adding four wound strings to the bass on your Harpsicle® brand Harp dramatically improves the performance of the harp in the bass range. With these added strings, your little harp sounds so much bigger! This upgrade is available for the following models: Harpsicle®, Sharpsicle™, Flatsicle™, Fullsicle™ and the Special Edition Fullsicle® Harp. In order to use the Upgraded String Set, your harp must have been made in 2012 or later and have the four larger eyelets on the bottom string holes through the soundboard.

For information on how to put on a new string, see Changing a String.


 
Single String  - Harpsicles Etc.
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Single Strings - Harpsicle®, Sharpsicle™, Flatsicle™ & Fullsicle™ Harps

You do not alway have to order a full set of strings. When you break one, you can purchase the replacement here. The strings here are for models: Harpsicle®, Sharpsicle™, Flatsicle™ and Fullsicle® harps. Special Edition Harpsicle® Harp strings and Upgraded Bass Strings are listed as a separate items.

When you are ordering string, the #1 string is the top, shortest string. For step-by-step instruction on replacing a string go to Changing a String.


 
Single String - Upgraded Bass
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Single String - Upgraded Bass for Harpsicle®, Sharpsicle™, Flatsicle™ & Fullsicle™ Harps

You do not alway have to order a full set of strings. When you break one, you can purchase the replacement here. These are the individual strings for the Upgraded Bass Strings option. This upgrade is available for the following models: Harpsicle®, Sharpsicle™, Flatsicle™, Fullsicle™ and the Special Edition Fullsicle® Harp. In order to use the Upgraded String Set, your harp must have been made in 2012 or later and have the four larger eyelets on the bottom string holes through the soundboard.

When you are ordering string, the #1 string is the top, shortest string. For step-by-step instruction on replacing a string go to Changing a String.


 
Single String  - Special Edition
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Single String - Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harp

You do not alway have to order a full set of strings. When you break one, you can purchase the replacement here. These are the strings for the Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harp.

When you are ordering string, the #1 string is the top, shortest string. For step-by-step instruction on replacing a string go to Changing a String.


 
Single String - Grand Harpsicle®
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Single String - Grand Harpsicle® Harp

You do not alway have to order a full set of strings. When you break one, you can purchase the replacement here. These are the strings for the Grand Harpsicle® Harp.

When you are ordering string, the #1 string is the top, shortest string. For step-by-step instruction on replacing a string go to Changing a String.


 
Single String - Brilliant!™
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Single String - Brilliant!™ Harpsicle® Harp

You do not alway have to order a full set of strings. When you break one, you can purchase the replacement here. These are the strings for the Brilliant!™ Harpsicle® Harp.

When you are ordering string, the #1 string is the top, shortest string. For step-by-step instruction on replacing a string go to Changing a String.


How to Change a Harp String

For more details on tying a harp knot and step-by-step details on changing a string, we have an even more detailed How To page here.