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“I recently bought this harp as I am just beginning...”

Written on: 05/04/2010

I recently bought this harp as I am just beginning harp, but overall The Skylark is fantastic. Its Shape is mixed with the old Irish Harp yet in a way it still looks very modern and the wood is a beautiful colour! Each C and F levers and strings are coloured brightly, making it easier to see these notes. It also has a beautiful sound from each string and the power is amazing, the other thing which strikes me about this harp, is that it is quite small, making it easier to carry here and there… Read Full Review

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“The Pilgrim Skylark harp is good value for money,...”

Written on: 11/02/2009 by Cormac Ferguson (2 reviews written)

The Pilgrim Skylark harp is good value for money, great learner or intermediate players harp. More affordable than many nylon 34 string imported harps. Good tension from the gut strings, strong sound for a small harp and very portable. Light and well built, good carry bag available. It's a shame levers interfere with string spacing and no colours on semitone levers… Read Full Review

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Written on: 26/04/2015

If you want coloured semitone levers, the levers would probably have to be plastic rather than the good brass ones used by Pilgrim Harps. But if you get some red and dark blue nail varnish you can put a dot on your levers and hey presto, they are easy to locate.

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“A really good harp! The Skylark is a beautiful shape...”

Written on: 05/02/2009

A really good harp! The Skylark is a beautiful shape to play, and the levers work really smoothly. Its easy to tune , and has an amazing sound to it… Read Full Review

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“Pilgrim Harps make really good harps by all accounts...”

Written on: 08/07/2005 by Tira Mi Sue (22 reviews written)

Pilgrim Harps make really good harps by all accounts and I have found that I have to agree having owed the Skylark. It has proved quite durable when travelling around and as for the sound, it is scintillating. It comes with 34 strings. Apparently it was designed around a 'no frills' approach, but this isn't really appropriate as it is a class instrument to own… Read Full Review

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