Harpsicle® Harp


Instrument for Beginners Course

Harpsicle® Harps are well designed, sturdily built and have the correct string spacing which make them an excellent selection for a first time harper. Light and portable, these simple harps have nice volume and tone. Harpsicle® Harps are well made and maintain tuning as well as any professional harp. Harpsicle® Harps fit in the overhead storage bin or garment closet of most airliners. Even standing to play or marching in a parade is possible and they make chairs optional!

The Harpsicle® Harp can be played in the key of C and A minor or tuned to any other scale. Harpsicle® music sets are in the Key of C and A minor. It has no Bridge pins and levers cannot be added. This is the perfect harp for beginners or the second instrument for harpist on the move.


Wood Stand (How to set up the display stand)
Adjustable Stand (How to configure the adjustable stand for your lap harp)
Harpsicle Stick (How to use the stick)


The Grand Harpsicle® is one of the most unique harps available today and it has thrown tradition to the wind. The Grand Harpsicle® Harp is an electric harp, but if desired it can also be played acoustically. This is a feature not found in other compact electric harps. The acoustic body produces a much more dynamic sound compared to harps that are purely electric. It is a full range harp with 33 strings (two octaves below middle C and two and a half octaves above Middle C.) providing deep bass notes and weighs no more than a professional electric guitar (11 pounds). It can be played as a floor harp while on it's detacheable legs or strapped on to play while standing and moving.

The Grand Harpsicle® Harp is equipped with a professional L.R. Baggs electric pickup system and built in preamp. Simply use any 1/4" jack guitar cable to plug the harp into your desired amplification equipment. For the best results, we recommend using a keyboard amplifier. An electric guitar amplifier is generally not recommended as this can make the harp sound sharp and tinny.