Are Rees Harps good?

Are Rees Harps good?

5.0 out of 5 stars A great harp, just pick it up and play it. The Rees Harpsicle Harp [Natural Maple] is a great instrument. It doesn’t have any levers, just the harp strings. There are those who say it is a good beginning harp, or a good harp for children, but a person can just pick it up and play it.

How much does a Harpsicle cost?

The Brilliant! ™ Harpsicle® Harps are a flat $575.

Where are Rees Harps made?

Rising Sun, Indiana
Rees has been building harps since 1972. Our harps are hand crafted in Rising Sun, Indiana, United States.

What is a Harpsicle harp?

Harpsicle® Harp We are currently training new staff to shorten our wait time for the future. The Harpsicle® Harp is the first and most basic model in the Harpsicle® Harp line. It does not have levers so it is in the keys of C and Am but can be tuned to play in other keys.

What company makes harps?

Harp Makers and Vendors in North America

Harp Maker City Country
Douglas Harp Co. North Port USA
Dreamsinger Harps Lakewood USA
Dusty Strings Seattle USA
Electric Harp USA

Is the lap harp easy to play?

The Music Maker Lap Harp is truly one of the world’s easiest and fun musical instruments to play. Play beautiful music by simply sliding a song sheet under the strings and plucking the string above each printed note. In minutes anyone can sound like they have taken music lessons for years. It’s that easy!

Are harps portable?

A high performance, portable 26 string harp with a strong, resonant sound. With its detachable legs, it can accomodate the growth of a young harpist – and is great for the travelling harpist. Electric harps make minimal sound of their own and, like an electric guitar, are designed to be played through an amplifier.

How much does a small harp cost?

How much does a harp cost? The average price of a lever harp is between $2,500 to $5,000 while a full size pedal harp is $15,000 to $20,000. We sell a wide variety of new and used harps and offer a a variety of financing options.

What do you need to know about the Rees harps?

– The Rees Harps Family Welcome to the Home of Harpsicle® Harps. Harpsicle® Harps are the easy, fun, portable, lightweight, inexpensive harp made to go wherever your heart desires. Built for travel, beginning to experienced harpists, Celtic music, harp therapy and and all kinds of other music, Harpsicle® Harps set the harp free.

What kind of harp is the Grand harpsicle?

The line grew from there to include the Sharpsicle™ Harp, the Flatsicle™ Harp, the Fullsicle™ Harp, the Special Edition Fullsicle™ Harp , the Grand Harpsicle® Harp and the 34-string Brilliant!™ Harpsicle® Harp . Introducing the Brilliant!

Who is the son of William Rees of harpsicle?

Garen Rees, William’s son, has been in the business since before he graduated from high school and now, well into his thirties, he’s ready to “assist” his dad into retirement so that he can just get on with it already!

How long does it take to build a grand harpsicle?

All Grand Harpsicle® Harps come with full Rees sharping levers, wrapped strings in the lower range, installed pickup and preamp, detachable stand, string chart and tuning wrench. Due to high demand, orders for this harp may take about 10 weeks to build. Maple is quicker to build than other colors.