This harp has a soft timbre, a relatively soft very well balanced reed  it is good  for  a slow, neat playstyle but can be played at higher pace as well. The sound is precise and rich with overtones.

Kohkin Omiya is a reconstruction of a medieval Japanese vargan found by archaeologists in the ruins of an ancient temple in Japan.


Comes with a wooden case.

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Kohkin Omiya by Takeshi Yamazaki

  • Product Code: 1104
  • Availability: Out Of Stock
  • 115.00€

  • Ex Tax: 115.00€

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