Players new to wire-strung harps are often daunted by the lack of colored strings for Cs and Fs, as is common in many other types of harps. This can make playing and tuning orientation difficult, if not downright challenging. The presence of red strings for Cs and blue or black strings for Fs is subliminally comforting for those who are used to them.
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