Dating oscar schmidt autoharp
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Oscar Schmidt was a musical instrument manufacturing company established in and currently a brand of U. Through its history, the company has changed its name several times, selling under the names "Oscar Schmidt Inc. Products currently sold under the Oscar Schmidt brand are electric , acoustic and classical guitars, autoharps , banjos , ukuleles and mandolins. The Oscar Schmidt Company was formally incorporated in
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She bought it, used, many years ago, in its original chipboard case. It is a rectangular case with rounded corners and an unlidded pick compartment inside, lined in blue. The owner's manual indicates the harp would be what was then designated as a BH model autoharp, specifically the 15 EBH. The color is a medium warm golden reddish-brown stain, all over, with no sunburst pattern. It appears to be solid, not laminate, and there is mortise and tenon joinery visible along the side edge, near the high C string.
The autoharp is a musical instrument in the chorded zither family. It features a series of chord bars attached to dampers, which, when pressed, mute all of the strings other than those that form the desired chord. Although the word autoharp was once a trademark of the Oscar Schmidt company, the term has colloquially come to be used for any hand-held, chorded zither, regardless of manufacturer. Debate exists over the origin of the autoharp. Charles F.