Troubadour is a lever harp manufactured by American harp maker Lyon & Healy.
The world’s best-selling lever harp, the Lyon & Healy Troubadour VI is the perfect instrument for both beginning and experienced harpists.
Product Design & Accessories Edit
According to the Lyon & Healy website:
"With 5 complete octaves, the Troubadour VI has the same string spacing and tension as Lyon & Healy pedal harps. The Troubadour’s Sitka Spruce soundboard gives it a clear, full sound. Available in natural, mahogany and ebony finishes; fitted with Performance levers. The Troubadour VI comes with a cover, tuning key and a 2-year limited warranty."Lyon & Healy is currently on version VI of the Troubadour, with each version of the harp seeing enhancements in the design of the column, body, feet, and overall sound of the harp. The evolution of the design can be seen by viewing the photo of version "I" in the photo gallery below, and comparing it with the current version featured at right.
String Chart Edit
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String chart for the Harpsicle by Rees Harps Inc.
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