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APYH-36 by Gustavo Arias

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The APYH-36 is a lever harp manufactured by Paraguayan harp maker Gustavo Arias. Professional model, concert style.

See showroom or website for pricing.

Product Design & Accessories Edit

According to the Paraguayan Harps website:

"With a full set of original German Salvi or French Camac flip-style semitone levers, and Gotoh machine heads. With white inlaid purflings on neck and soundbox, and with inlaid (hand made) wooden purflings on the border of the soundboard. Walnut finish or combined walnut and natural finish."

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