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Autoharp Owner's Manual Spiral-bound – January 12, 2001
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There are a number of articles on how to re-felt, how to re-tune, how to play to prevent RSI.
I found it particularly useful to change my autoharp to diatonic tuning.
It's the "Chilton's" for Autoharp.
There are even plans for making an autoharp, lots of theory and suggestions.
A really fun book for autoharp enthusiasts.
It's not really a "how to play" book. It's aimed more at heavy users.
Now my autoharp is beginning to need some repair. Maybe new strings, or even re-felting, and that is expesive.
The solution? Autoharp Owner's Manuel.
This great manuel gives detailed instructions on just about every thing you might want to know about your autoharp. History, how to build one, tuning, restringing, refelting, different kinds of harp, and much, much more.
It has links in it to web sites that let you get in touch with other autoharp plunkers, and professionals.
I recomend this product to anyone that has an interest in the autoharp.
Even if you do not have your autoharp yet, this book will give you some good advice on how to choose a good autoharp. You can even learn how to build an autoharp from scratch; although, I wouldn't recommend it, unless you are a master craftsman, or have had years of experience playing and maintaining an autoharp.