FH26 26-string harp in bubinga
FH26 in bubinga
FH26 harp in figured cherry
FH26 in figured cherry
FH26 26-string harp in walnut
FH26 in walnut
FH26 26-string harp in maple
FH26 in maple
FH26 in sapele
FH26 in sapele
FH26 harp in bubinga, shown from the back
FH26 back view (shown in bubinga)
closeup of the custom leg set for an FH26
Included custom leg set (shown in bubinga)
closeup of the shoulder of an FH26 harp in bubinga
FH26 detail (shown in bubinga)
FH26 harp shown without legs
FH26 without legs (shown in bubinga)

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Our FH harps offer you a choice of several fine hardwoods, and for most people, the decision is based on a combination of factors. The differences in price are related to the availability and cost of each wood type as well as the ease or difficulty of working with it. Our harps show the natural color and grain of the wood through a clear lacquer finish without any stain, and the visual aesthetic of the wood is often an important consideration. Also, each species of wood lends a subtly different character to the harp's tone, which is a difficult and amorphous thing to try to describe in words. Walnut, maple and bubinga are simplest to distinguish. Figured cherry and sapele seem to blend the tonal characteristics of the other woods, making them more difficult to differentiate verbally. We've done our best to give you a general overview of the tonal qualities of the different woods:

Walnut—soft, warm, mellow, and intimate
Maple—crisp and clean, very bright, focused and articulate
Bubinga—deep and full bodied, with an authoritative bass and bell-like treble and mid range
Sapele—bright and clean, with a balance of warmth and depth
Figured Cherry—both deep and bright, with a strong but very smooth voice

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  • 26 strings, 3½ octaves
  • All solid wood construction in choice of 5 woods
  • Set of four shaped legs
  • Full set of Loveland sharping levers
  • Deluxe case

This 26-string 3½-octave harp has a sweet and surprisingly strong voice, with the added resonance that comes from all solid wood construction. The FH26 can serve as a full-voiced beginner's harp or a high-quality portable harp for the established player. A child can set the FH26 on the floor and play comfortably while seated in a small chair.

Our top-of-the-line 26-string harp, the FH26 features tasteful fine woodworking details such as a book-matched soundboard and binding and purfling around the edges. It comes complete with a deluxe CD26 case, a full set of Loveland sharping levers (Camac levers are optional), a custom tuning wrench and four beautifully shaped, removable matching legs.

Sapele: $2425

Maple: $2525

Walnut: $2575

Figured cherry or bubinga*: $2725

Includes CD26 case, custom tuning wrench and leg set.

*Due to export regulations, bubinga is available within the U.S. only.

Please call us to place an order!

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Bird's-eye maple soundboard veneer

Price: $225


Koa soundboard veneer (maple harps only)

Price: $225


Camac sharping levers

Price: $165


Gut strings

Price: $220


The Dusty Harp Pickup installed

Price: $375


  • 26 strings
  • 3½ octaves
  • Low: C, one octave below middle C
  • High: G, 2½ octaves above middle C

String composition

  • Treble and mid-range: nylon monofilament
  • Bass: nylon core with nylon wrap

String charts and order forms

Levers: full set of Loveland levers. Camac levers available.


  • Sides, back, neck and pillar: sapele, walnut, maple, figured cherry or bubinga
  • Soundboard: solid mahogany overlaid with book-matched figured hardwood veneer and bordered with purfling and edge binding

More information on the woods we use


  • Maximum height without legs: 39½ inches
  • Maximum height with legs: 51 inches
  • Maximum soundboard width: 10 inches


  • Sapele: approx. 14 lbs.
  • Walnut: approx. 13 lbs.
  • Maple: approx. 16 lbs.
  • Figured cherry: approx. 13 lbs.
  • Bubinga: approx. 17 lbs.

Note: the weight can vary by up to 2 pounds, depending on the density of each piece of wood.

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"This is my 22nd harp! Bubinga -- this harp is absolutely amazing for its sound quality in relationship to its size."

-Sue Carole DeVale (Glendale, California)


"We are very happy with the craftsmanship, tone quality, and portability of this instrument."

-Art Leiby (Bellmawr, New Jersey)


"My deepest and heartfelt thanks to all of you for creating one of the most beautiful harps (in both sight and sound) that I've ever played. For those times that I can't play my gorgeous Dusty 36S, this 26 gives me everything I could hope for in a smaller harp. I was blown away by the big, rich voice — and even more amazed hearing the new internal pickups when amplified. Even though I would lean toward playing a large 36 for a main stage performance, I had a feeling that this harp could hold its own even for that type of event — and I was right! After [I play], the sound guys are always first to rush up and find out what I’m using to get such great sound. These guys are the ones that know and give the system the highest of marks. Thank you again for making quality your priority. It shows in every aspect of my beautiful harp."

-Jeannie Page (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

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