Salzedo Concert Grand
Introduced by Lyon & Healy in 1928, the Salzedo is named after legendary harpist-composer-teacher Carlos Salzedo, who collaborated with Witold Gordon on its design. Created in the Art Deco style characteristic of the 1920s, the Salzedo is marked by precise linear carving and austere geometric decoration in the Hard Maple column and base. This same style is reflected in the ornamentation on the extended soundboard, which features hand-applied red and silver stripes - also a popular Art Deco pattern. Its bold lines and angles create a striking and unmistakable profile while its full, clear sound make it world-class. The Salzedo's uniquely angled Sitka Spruce soundboard is highlighted by Rosewood inlay along the edges. Restrained decoration on the solid brass action plates complements the design of the harp. The Salzedo is available in natural finish and comes with a cover, tuning key and a 5-year limited warranty.