Synergy X7 features in harp guitar exhibition

The Synergy X7 is featured in a new exhibition on the history of the harp guitar in America which opened.

Our travel-sized harp guitar is part of ‘Floating Strings – The Remarkable Story Of The Harp Guitar in America‘ Exhibition which opened in California on Friday, October 14. The exhibition’s opening at the Museum Of Making Music coincided with the 15th annual Harp Guitar Gathering which also took place in Carlsbad that weekend.

Floating Strings is developed and designed by museum staff along with guest curator Gregg Miner,  one of the world’s foremost harp guitar scholars, and includes over 40 beautiful examples of this unique instrument, including a red Synergy X7 Artisan.

In addition to the stunning display of instrumental craftsmanship, the exhibition also looks at the history of the harp guitar, from its beginnings in Europe to its current status and use in the United States today.

‘Floating Strings – The Remarkable Story Of The Harp Guitar in America’ will be on exhibition at the Museum Of Making Music in Carlsbad, CA until April 29, 2018. The museum will also be hosting a number of exhibition-related events during this period. For full details, click here

The Synergy X7 Artisan

The Synergy X7 harp guitar is our modern adaptation of an ancient instrument which has risen in popularity again thanks to innovative musicians such as Andy McKee, Michael Hedges and Muriel Anderson.

Our travel-sized harp guitar is not only exciting guitarists wanting to take their playing to the next level, its compact design and robust carbon construction also make it a great instrument for touring musicians to take on the road with them. For more information on the Synergy X7 Artisan and all the options available, click here

 

 

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