The Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harp
We can say a lot of great things about our harps but the simple fact is a harp is a tool used by an artist to bring intention into being. The Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harp is the top of the line of our Harpsicle® Line lap harps and is widely in use around the world by extraordinary professional harpers. The bigger, richer voice of the SE gives pros exactly what they have been looking for: an extremely light and portable lever harp of the very highest quality with which artists can work, unhindered, to their full potential. If you could dance with your harp, to what music would you dance? Let a Rees Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harp take you there.
- 26 strings
- wrapped strings in lower octave
- 6.4 lbs (2.90 kg)
- 2 year warranty
- 36" tall (91.44 cm)
- 3.5 octaves
- G to C below Middle C
Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harps are available in:
solid walnut, solid cherry or a combination of walnut and cherry.
Special Edition Fullsicle® Harp
The Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harp takes the Harpsicle® Line to the next level by adding the richness of solid cherry or walnut wood. The SE retains all of the attributes of the Fullsicle™ Harp, including full Rees levers, and adds both upgraded wood and, in the lowest octave, wrapped strings for improved feel and voice. This is a wonderful, professional, quality harp in a small, light form factor that can travel virtually anywhere right along with you. Available in your choice of walnut (dark brown), cherry (reddish brown) or a combination of the two woods. Cherry is especially interesting in that when your harp is young the wood will be the reddish honey color shown below and as your harp ages the color of the cherry deepens into a rich red with golden highlights. All Special Editions come with full Rees Levers installed, upgraded bass strings installed, a string chart and a tuning wrench.
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Pro Tip: virtually everyone who orders an SE Fullsicle™ Harp orders a Harpsicle® Harp Bag and a built-in pickup. Frankly, they should also be ordering a High-definition Amp Cable. Your harp can sound amazing and your pick-up can be extraordinary but if the cable which connects your harp to your amp is "lossy", as they say, then much of the voice of your wonderful instrument is bleeding out before it ever gets to the amplifier. High definition cables are expensive but they provide an extraordinary boost in the quality of the voice of your harp when you are performing. We all make decisions about where we will invest our funds and where we will abstain. What we have found is that the cable is not a place to skimp. Also, pros, if you do not have your own version of a 911-HARP Kit already, then you need to order ours. As you know, life happens and often at the most annoying possible time. Be prepared.