Harp Guitar Form 3c
by Gregg Miner

Hollow Body Extension harp string attachment, Continuous arm extension.
A full "arm" loop connects both upper bouts. Arms have the appearance of being continuous, but may not be fully hollow.

NOTE TO RESEARCHERS:  Please understand that many of the instruments on this page were not originally referred to as "harp guitars."
To understand why they are classified as such today, it is imperative that you first thoroughly read and comprehend the site author's thesis.

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Schenk, Vienna, 1839 Made for Dubetz, c.1870 (Schenk?) Schenk, modified by Mozzani Unknown, attributed to Schenk, c.1850 Unknown Fratelli Masetti (Masetti Brothers), Modena, c.1920s
See also
Masetti Harp Guitars

Ser #111     Ser #109    
Mozzani, c.1910-1940s

See also Marvelous Mozzani! The Incredible Harp Guitars of Luigi Mozzani


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