A diatonic autoharp has double strings (tuned in unison) providing a "chorus" sound that is a bit richer than a chromatic autoharp. Usually tuned to one key, the diatonic Evoharp is a two key autoharp, C/F or D/G. 2-Key Diatonic Evoharp GD or FC. $905 includes padded case, tuning wrench (15 bars, no extras).
Developed by Evo Bluestein, Tom Fladmark and Jim Woods
- Custom built in the USA
- Easy to hold & play* Small size like the original A-model harps
- Solid spruce top* Laminated frame* Walnut back
- Maple chord bars* Fast action
- Weighs less than 6 lbs
- 1-year Warranty
GD chord layout B7-3, F#7-3, D7, A7, E7-3, Em7, C, G, D, A, Am7, Am, Em, Bm, F#m
FC chord layout A7-3, E7-3, C7, G7, D7-3, Dm7, Bb, F, C, G, Gm7, Gm, Dm, Am, Em
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$905 includes padded case & T-handle tuning wrench
Evo used a diatonic Evoharp for this rendition of Swing Low Sweet Chariot. After playing it for over an hour I bought an Evoharp! It is the diatonic G/D.
Evo plays the Sequoia Waltz on a Diatonic Evoharp with Hans York