Welcome to the world of Dusty Strings harps! We are builders of lever harps (also commonly called folk or Celtic harps) and have been lovingly handcrafting our instruments in Seattle, WA since 1979. We invite you to browse to your heart's content, and if at any point you would prefer to talk to a person, feel free to give us a call! We won't bombard you with pushy sales tactics, and we would love to answer any questions you might have (or help you figure out what questions to ask).
For a limited time, you can check out our Quarantine Showcase page for photos of some of the more unique harps we have in stock right now, and let us know if you'd like to adopt one!Quarantine Showcase Page
Ravenna 26 "Tuxedo" with Camac levers
Need a date for New Year's? This spiffy little harp is the ideal companion for a glamorous evening out in your living room! Already dressed in its own tuxedo, it's a classy and sophisticated, yet low-maintenance date. It won't take hours to get ready, doesn't eat much, and has a sparkling personality. The two of you will make beautiful music together as you ring in the new year.
We've never made a Ravenna harp quite like this before, but the end of 2020 seemed to call for something a little special. We decided to dress this harp in white rather than our usual black, and then of course it needed a black neck and soundboard to set off the white coat. Shiny Camac levers were added for a little bling, and before we knew it, champagne and a bow tie were completing the festive scene. It's a little different, and we'd love to hear what you think! Of course, this harp is also up for adoption.
(Champagne and Ray Mooers not included.)
More details about the Ravenna 26 model can be found here, and you're welcome to contact us if you have questions about or are interested in this particular harp. A full set of Camac sharping levers and a tuning wrench are included. Case ($150-$240) and stand ($150) are sold separately.