for Denwar Harps
Timbers used
All harps are made from "Aussie"
timber, felled and lost or rejected in
times passed....some left lying in the
forest for over 100years, yet revealing
supurb mature timber under a crust
of rotted sapwood......
 No timbers used from standing
trees or Asian imports.....
 All prices quoted will be for
harps made in Silky Oak.
There will be a charge of 15%
(on basic harp
for Australian Red Cedar,                price)
(not to be confused with Western red
cedar) This timber is used because of
it's fine qualities:
Very strong
  Very lightweight
      Very attractive color
    and graining.
Even though this timber is scarce
(It has been used for making
superior furniture for over 200 years.
 DENWAR HARPS are known as
much for the timber used, as they are
for their workmanship and sound
reproduction......so we are going to
continue to use  Aust Red Cedar and
Silky Oak for as long as we can obtain it.

Soundboards are hardwood marine
laminate unless otherwise stated, this is
very stable and produces a good sound.
If you require a solid timber S/B..... please
Tuning pegs are traditional,going
through the head,with tuning done
with the right hand.
From 1st October 2004, all
new harp orders will be made with
solid brass tuning pegs.
Tuning pegs,key,soundboard eyelets,
bridgepins, are all made of brass....
Brass semi-tone levers can be
added at extra cost......
Only Genuine nylon harp strings
are used.........
Nylon mono filament strings
are used on Lap harps and higher
end of Floorharps.

N/N strings (nylon with nylon wrap)
are used on the lower end of

SFB strings (Wire wound strings)
are used on the very low end of
larger Floorharps.)
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