This 21 Chord AutoharpStore.com Exclusive features a honey sunburst accent which gives it a traditional southern look and plays in eleven different keys. Limited Quantity Available!
"The AutoharpStore.com exclusive line of autoharps includes the beautiful Oscar Schmidt OS11021FSH and OS11021FSHE. These autoharps were only made once and are true collectors item.
The OS11021FSH and OS11021FSHE feature flame maple on the front and on the back of the autoharp is solid spruce. The natural wood tones are accentuated by the honey sunburst design. The glossy finish of this instrument will help protect this instrument for years to come. One downside of glossy finish is that it will slightly dampen the acoustic sound of the instrument as the finish is thicker than satin finishes. Oscar Schmidt constructed these exclusive autoharps the same way they have been building them for years. Each autoharp features a frame made of rock maple and a 10 ply rock maple pin block. The 10 ply rock maple pin block helps prevent the tuning pegs from moving once you have tuned your autoharp. Both the OS11021FSH and OS11021FSHE feature sound cavities that are framed by maple and provide ample sound to play these autoharps acoustically.
All of the exclusive AutoharpStore.com autoharps includes a fine tuning system. The fine tuning system will allow you to make small changes in the pitch of your instrument. These tuning adjustment will also help extend the life of the main tuning pegs. Since the main tuning pegs are placed in wood, there is a possibility that they can become loosed up over years of use. The fine tuning system will allow you to make some of the tuning adjustments and not having to turn the main tuning pegs. However, you should not do all of your tuning on the fine tuning system as they limited amount that they can be turned.
Oscar Schmidt has been updating their line of 21 chord autoharps to better suit their customers. The chord bars now feature thicker felt that will help prevent the chord buttons from becoming flush with the chord bar cover. The chord bar cover now has foam padding underneath to help dampen any mechanical sound that the bars may make when hitting the cover.
Currently, at the Autoharpstore.com we are including a free gig bag with the purchase of any Oscar Schmidt Autoharp purchase. You can also choose from an instant $30 rebate off the purchase of either a semi-hard shell case or hardshell case. In addition to the free gig back, we will include a free tuner with your purchase of an autoharp. There is also the option for a discounted digital tuner that has a built in metronome and tone generator. We also offer $20 flat rate shipping in the continental US for any autoharp.
Autoharpstore.com has available a wide range of books that will help get started with playing the autoharp and learning about the instrument. We also have available a variety of picks that can be used for different functions.
Autoharpstore.com is the premier online retailer of autoharps and autoharp accessories. We have technical support Monday through Friday from 9 am to 7 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm eastern time. You can reach us by phone, live chat, or by e-mail. Please feel free to contact us with any question you may have."
Our products are brand new and are still in original package. They are stored in our temperature controlled warehouse to prevent any damage or warping. Our first-in first-out inventory system assures that you will receive the newest Autoharp available. We specialize in Oscar Schmidt Autoharps and accessories, so our time and energy is devoted to Autoharps. This allows us to provide our customers with the highest quality service and the best products available.
We are an authorized Oscar Schmidt dealer, so you know that we offer the best products on the market. The AutoHarp Store makes it fast and easy for you to find what you are looking for. With our easy ordering system and same day shipping*, it is easy to order and arrives quickly to your door. In order to cut costs to offer our customers the lowest prices, we do everything online. Although most people would prefer to try out a product before they purchase it, by not having a showroom or storefront, we can offer the lowest prices in the market. We have a 30-day money back guarantee if for any reason you are not 100% satisfied.
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Learn more about each product by clicking on the tuner/case images below. This bonus promotion is for a limited time and only while supplies last!
Bonus Promotion: Purchase an Autoharp by Oscar Schmidt from AutoharpStore.com and you'll have the choice of either a FREE Padded Gig Bag (a $25.99 value) or take $30 off your purchase when you add on either Semi-Hardshell Case or Hardshell Case.
Added Bonus Promotion: Purchase an Autoharp by Oscar Schmidt from AutoharpStore.com and you'll have the choice of either a FREE Tuner (a $23.00 value) or take $20 off the 3-in-1 Chromatic Tuner. Simply add either tuner to your shopping cart to get your instant savings!
“An American instrument of American invention.”The Autoharp is one of the few musical instruments that can claim to be truly American in origin.
Invented in 1881 and patented in 1882, the Autoharp has had a remarkable hundred-year history. After being proclaimed “the nation’s favorite musical instrument” and then nearly fading into obscurity, the Autoharp has taken its manufacturers on an endless roller coaster of ups and downs. As a nineteenth-century parlor room favorite, it was finally replaced in popularity by the phonograph. The Autoharp did not die. It retreated to the mountains where it underwent a metamorphosis from a parlor instrument to a folk instrument. From there it came out into our schools to become a classroom feature and finally, has emerged as a popular instrument for the serious musician.
QB ID: OS11021FHSE
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