In the How to Regulate Your Lever Harp series, master harp technician Steve Moss provides step by step instructions on how to service and maintain your lever harp to keep it sounding its best. This first volume of the series focuses on the Loveland lever, one of the most popular and widely used sharping levers on the market. In addition to clear descriptions of the regulation process, and lots of photographs and illustrations, this book provides information on common minor repairs, such as stripped screw holes, and also offers a section on basic music notation and theory information, making it useful for musicians as well as non-musicians. Format: print paperback. 77 pages.
“I always thought someone should write a detailed follow up to Trouble Shooting Your Lever Harp. Steve has done it. A wonderful resource for novices of any background. Well done.”
President, International Society of Folk Harpers and Craftsmen
Member: Lyon & Healy/Salvi Technician’s Guild
“This is by far the best resource available for the “do it yourselfer” who wants to learn to service their own harp with Loveland Sharping Levers, or for the seasoned harp technician who wants to know more about one of the more often encountered mechanisms, to be better equipped to service harps employing them.
My company has been installing Loveland Levers ever since they were made available and we agree wholeheartedly with the accurate and thoughtful work that has gone into Steve’s excellent resource.”
Co-owner and founder, Dusty Strings Company, Seattle, WA