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The Flatsicle™ Harp Plays in 8 different keys (C,G,D,F major and A,E,B,D minor). Recommended for harp therapy. The Flatsicle™ Harp has Rees sharping levers on the C, F, and B strings. Available in color finishes or natural maple.

$640

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.                    

 $1795


The Harpsicle® Harp plays in the keys of C and A minor. The basic Harpsicle® Harp is a great harp for beginners and at an affordable price. This harp does not have sharping levers. Available in color finishes or natural maple.

$399

​11048 Olive Blvd   Creve Coeur, MO  63141   (314) 218-6565​​

The Fullsicle™ Harp is our most popular and top selling harp. It plays in all 8 common keys. This harp comes outfitted with a full set of Rees Levers on all strings. The Fullsicle™ Harp is well loved by skilled amateurs and played by traveling professionals all over the world. Available in color finishes or natural maple.              $840

Originally Harpsicle® Harps were thought of as a beginner’s instrument but professionals around the globe use them as their travel harp, the one they can toss into the airline overhead while their big harp is trapped in a massive harp travel trunk.  

Harp teachers describe all the innovative ways they are using them in classrooms and in private lessons.  Therapists and outreach programs use them to connect to people and then to reconnect those people back to themselves.  And, just as we thought, beginners flock to them because Harpsicle® Harps take the fear out of learning and fill that space with what always should have been there in the first place— fun.

Danielle Williams

Meet Our Teacher

Danielle has been playing the harp for more than 10 years. After several years playing the sax and piano she began to learn the harp. She studied with Terri Langerak at the the University of Missouri (St. Louis). Danielle graduated from UMSL with a degree in music with harp being her primary instrument. Danielle has been teaching private lessons since 2008 and she currently plays with the Town & Country as well as the St. Charles symphony orchestras.