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January 23, 2022: All models back in stock!
are on the web site of Harp Guitar Music, operated by Gregg (“Sir
Gregory”) Miner. I am affiliated with Timberline®
Guitars as a co-designer of their harp guitar products and an exclusive
online dealer along with www.timberlineguitars.com.
Limited Lifetime Warranty and 100% Guarantee:
If for any reason you're not completely satisfied and absolutely happy with the Timberline® harp guitar purchased from this website, return it to Harp Guitar Music* within 7 days of your receipt in new condition, with all original packaging for a full refund of the purchase price.**
* Contact me for return shipping address.
** Instruments submitted for this Return policy must be unmodified and in new condition and in all original packaging. Instruments with any modification, including pick up systems, even pick up systems ordered from and installed by Timberline® guitars, will not be returnable under this offer.
All models in stock!
All models are made of
100% solid tropical hardwoods
that look fantastic and sound amazing!
Endorsed by YouTube phenomenon Jamie Dupuis and Fingerstyle Champ Don Alder
Watch and hear Jamie's direct comparison of Timberline®, Tonedevil and Emerald harp guitars, and decide for yourself!
"A professional playing and sounding harp guitar for a grand" - that has been my challenge to every builder for years now. Once I convinced Timberline® owner Rob Smith, I jumped in to collaborate.
Rather than completely re-inventing the wheel, we based it on the Timberline® T20Ac Auditorium Cutaway body, which gives modern harp guitarists a hollow-arm steel-string harp guitar with easy access to the 20th fret. We experimented with bracing to come up with a road-worthy instrument that would yield great tone: a balanced neck, seamless transition from the low neck E to the first D sub-bass, all the way down to a killer low octave E. The solid tropical wood tops (and matching back & sides) not only look great, they sound sweet and smooth. The tapered body ends up over 4-˝” deep at the end pin to give extra power and growl to the sub-basses, while the neck is a standard Timberline®, with the comfortable 24.9" scale and nominal neck width.
Stephen Bennett called our first production instrument "the real deal" at the Harp Guitar Gathering. I do too!
DVDs by Stephen Bennett, John Doan, Muriel Anderson, Andy McKee,
Stacy Hobbs, Tom Shinness, Dan LaVoie, James Kline, Larry
Berwald, Bill Dutcher, Gregg Miner, Pasquale Taraffo
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