Harp great, Jason Ricci does the funk with his vintage green Harp Wah on this New Orleans track. Check it...
“The Harp Wah, it’s cool … sounds like a trumpet mute.”
– Ronnie Shellist
“The Harp Wah has it’s own thing – a different sound than a tradition cup. It’s cool…
and YES!!!! The Wah Claw handle makes it even better!”
– Jason Ricci
“The Harp Wah (compared to a “Cup”), works better when trying to play into a microphone and is easier for players…”
– Marcin Dyjak
“Love it! This is THE sound I’ve been looking for in a cup style wah. It’s waaaay more comfortable to use than a coffee or tea cup, plus it’s much easier to direct the sound into a mic. I look forward to recording with it.”
“On my first outing with the Harp Wah, it received a great reception. People compared it to a trumpet mute and they loved the sound. I wholeheartedly recommend the Harp Wah . It sounds great, it looks good, it provides a different sound and it doesn’t cost a lot of money.”
– Neil Warren (Harmonica World Magazine Review)
”Wicked. It really is a “wah” in the sense that it acts like a resonant filter. It’s also a perfect tool for acoustic harp players to make Leslie speaker sounds. The Harp Wah is a cool, expressive tool… with a learning curve near zero.”
– Richard Hunter — Author of the Jazz Harp, world’s Best-Selling method for Jazz and Rock Harmonica
India's Rohan Singhal is a young and extremely promising harp player making waves on the international scene. Check him out!...