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I haven't put this thing down since it arrived. It seems to be making me play quite differently to nomal. I'm striking in the opposite direction and just using my lips most of the time. Rather than just amplifying the harp, I'm finding new soft and sweet timbres coming from the horn and playing with more drive. Bravo to Jonny for taking the trouble to make these- Respect!!
Estonian jaw harps:
These are amongst the best value for money of the lot. Superlative, very expressive tone, rich in overtones and fairly loud too. I'm especially fond of the harps that are in a low register. Most people would approach them as they might a didgeridoo, for providing deep, ponderous drones. I like to experiment with them for playing waltzes, polkas, mazurkas, reels etc, and explore the ornaments and gracings and "rappels" that I can fit into a tune.
They're wonderful harps.
Estonian jaw harps:
These harps just ooze quality. They come supplied with a wooden block with leather strap which is just perfect for protection and transportation. They sit comfortably in the hand and from the first sound you know you have a quality harp. The harmonics are delivered clearly and with volume which makes these perfectly suitable for both melodic and modern dance/electronic styles. I can only think of one problem with these harps...and that is you are going to want the whole set!