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Old 10-16-2017, 03:21 PM
philjs philjs is offline
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Originally Posted by Carbonius View Post
I wonder if you can add sharping levers to these?? I would think it should be pretty easy as you can epoxy CF I think. I am quite interested in the Harp guitar world. These Emerald's are at great price with worry free ownership with all that string tension and wood surface.
Yeah, I've wondered the same thing. I've been very tempted by the Emerald harps but, since I'm a DADGAD player and frequently play with partial capos (which yield some pretty odd "effective" tunings), I'd need an easy way to re-tune the sub-bass strings. Sharping levers would be a must for me.

I, too, was quite attracted to the fan fret X20. Someday...hopefully soon!

Phil
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