The Style 100 Concert Grand is a pedal harp manufactured by American harp maker Lyon & Healy. Introduced in 1964 to commemorate Lyon & Healy's 100th anniversary, the Style 100 was originally referred to as the "Centennial" model.
Product Design & Accessories Edit
According to the Lyon & Healy website:
"The Style 100 features a graceful tapered Harp Maple column with scalloped fluting, giving it striking poise suitable for both contemporary and traditional settings. Its soundboard is built with Sitka Spruce, giving the Style 100 a splendid, full sound. The solid brass action plates feature a richly ornamented illustration and script. The Style 100 is available in natural, mahogany and ebony finishes. It comes with a cover, tuning key and a 5-year limited warranty."The instrument pictured at right features a custom paint job with black and tan stripes on the column. Lyon and Healy will take requests for the customization of your harp.
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