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Harps like these, that are more portable, lightweight, and immensely resonant, with about 40 strings, and about 50 inches long are deep and resonant. They sell for $1200. Full size harps, with more like 70 strings and 70 inches long, are more like $2000.

For any new harp that I build of this size and power, I am receiving around $2400 for. This one, only because it has a little bit of sloppy metal brackets on the backside(the front is pristine and looks flawless) I am selling discounted for $1600

Here the big harp is tuned at A and D, while the little is tuned at D and A. Great harmony.

Great for sound healers and musicians, can be tuned to match any instrument to exact frequency hertz. With a wooden backboard, the small and medium harps can be laid upon your body. Have somebody else strum it for you, and feel the physical geometries pulsing through you in the pulsating frequencies

A real sunflower pressed and dried and lacquered onto the harp

This was the first Unity Harp I ever built, and it has been my personal harp for 2 years. Reluctantly and also excitedly I am now making it available for a new journey. It's deep rich tones have amazed many, and been the foundation for many toning circles and sound healing meditations, events and private sessions.

This instrument above is my 72 stringed, 5 foot long unity harp, I use it in most of my sound healings, it is what you hear in the music on my album, and it is available on specific conditions. Message me if interested.

This harp has is made from walnut, with two live edges, you can see the whole shape of the tree. With 40 strings, this harp is almost 3 feet long. It can be placed on the torso to resonate the whole body. Often people that hear this harp, call it the "angel harp," without knowing it has been called that before. Orange Kyanite, quartz, tiger's eye, sunflower, fern and lichen adornments. Similar harps can be purchased for around $1200

Here I tuned one of the harps to match my native american style flute. Good example of how you can match it to anything!

This wooden backboard allows you to lay it on a person's chest, flushing them with pulsating vibrations in every strum.

The amount of interest in these instruments is such that soon I will not be able to keep up with demand. Since these instruments are all handmade by one person, I take a select number of orders each year. I take custom requests, and create amazing instruments for you.

(Monochords)

Oftentimes I'll strum the unity harp after a week of not tuning it, and be astonished that it has held perfect tuning and sounds incredible. Then when I bring the tuner to it, I see that the strings are gradually stretched across the last note, and delivers dynamics that astonish with intricacies that amaze the mind, allowing it to soften.

A Sun designed with wild pressed and dried flowers, carnelian center, with a quartz sky and a lichen that has been sunburned red! (The other lichen on the drone harp, further from the sun, did not turn red)

"The most powerful vibrational tool I've ever experienced."-Bryan

One piece of sycamore hosts two bridges of apple with legs of maple, a tuning pin board of Australian Eucalyptus, and solid rods of copper on either end of the vibrating strings. 53'' long, 19 1/2'' wide and 7'' tall. Kyanite, Lapis Lazuli, sunflower, quartz, duck feather, fern, pipsisewa, lichen, and rattlesnake plantain adornments.

I began constructing unity harps from the inspiration of the monochord. In physical terms there are only a few details that are different, but when I finished my first one, I knew it to be significantly unique as it's own instrument.

Two-toned, choir of resonance, vibrating in harmonic frequencies with dozens of individual pulsations of the same tone.

The Unity Harps


      The unity harps are designed to relax the mind into silence and inspire meditative beingness. Anxiety and restlessness are instantly dissolved, when listening deeply to the reverberations. With up to 72 strings in 2 notes in harmonic relationship, anyone can play this instrument, simply strumming and sinking into the angelic sea of vibrating stillness.

The Unity Harp is essentially a monochord, but after building my first one in 2014, I couldn't bring myself to call it by that name, so the Unity Harps were born.

Past Harps Gallery: These Harps are Unavailable

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