Gut-strung student lever harp
The Telenn is a harp comparable with the Hermine, for those who prefer gut strings. Its small size (34 strings) and affordable price make it an ideal starter or travelling instrument.
In response to feedback from teachers and partners, the Camac Telenn has recently been redesigned. It has a new soundboard, new curve of the neck, new string lengths, and a new tension. Now strung with light gut, the tension is softer and the pull is lighter, ideal both for child students, and for the folk harpist.
|Range:||34 strings, A1 – C34|
|Stringing:||Nylon for gut-strung harp (A1 – F3), classical gauge gut (E4 – D26), lever harp bass wires (C27 – C34)|
|Woods:||Maple and beech for the body, spruce for the soundboard|
|Finishes:||Natural maple, cherrywood, walnut, mahogany, ebony.|