For performance harpists who want the flexibility of both an acoustic and an amplified harp, there is the Style 2000 Electroacoustic harp. Research and development for Lyon & Healy’s Electroacoustic harp began in the early 1980s in response to performance harpists’ demands for amplified sound equal in clarity and quality of sound to their acoustic harps. The Electroacoustic harp produces this sound through the use of transducers on each of the harp’s strings. The transducers, mixdown module and preamp are constructed to transform the acoustical sound of the string in its natural state into an electrical signal.
Height: 73 1/2" (187 cm)
Width: 38 3/4" (98 cm)
0 Oct. G - 7th Oct. C
Pacific Northwest/Northern Midwest Sitka Spruce
Natural, Mahogany, Ebony