[Ansteorra] Harps

Stefan li Rous StefanliRous at austin.rr.com
Wed Jun 8 14:30:40 PDT 2011

On Jun 8, 2011, at 4:23 PM, Bree Flowers wrote:

> Well, yes and no. Sometimes when stuff breaks it's not the fault of
> the stuff, but the fault of the user and what it is being subjected
> to. I'm guessing in this case some combination of heat and humidity.
> I've done horrible things to my harp over the years that have resulted
> in a couple repairs. No big deal since I made it, so I can fix it.

You *made* your harp?  I'm, even more, impressed. Was this from raw  
materials? Or a kit? Did you have any problems getting a good tone out  
of it?  How experienced at doing woodworking were you before you made  
your harp?

> Just saying, there's nothing wrong with how it was made, but leaving
> it for an hour in a hot, sunny car and later leaving it in a basement
> that got a bit overly humid were not the kindest things I could have
> done to it.
> ~Eve


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