Harp Guitar Form 5
Open Frame harp string attachment.
RESEARCHERS: Please understand that many of the
instruments on this page were not originally referred to as "harp
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This is a true harp guitar version of the Mast-style "Harp-Guitar in Name Only" in this Gallery. This instrument must certainly be a Mast also.
This and the instrument at right should perhaps be considered "one off" hybrid instruments rather than true harp guitars
|Unknown English, c.1800-1825||Abelspies,
|I placed the last
instrument here deliberately to highlight the fact that there are gray
areas between my basic Forms. This could just as justifiably been placed
in Form 1b, as it is as perhaps closer to the Gibsons as it is to the
instruments on this page.
|William Eaton||Dave Evans, Brussels, 1988 (for Pierre Bensusan)||
Alain Quéguiner, Paris (for François Lemonnier)
(this technically belongs with "other instruments" as it is actually a 3-course, double-strung "tzouraharp." However, it helps represents this form so well, plus, a harp guitar version is planned.
|Davide Castellaro (Italy)||Cloe Guitars (Italy)||Bart Applewhite Electric harp bass!||Bart Applewhite Electric upright harp bass!||Unknown
(for the band Outside the Door)
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