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Marcodi has been building harpejjis by hand in rural Maryland (USA) since 2007. We like to know our customers directly, so this is the only place to buy a new harpejji. Click the "Learn More: button just below for a brief overview of the product.

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  • What is a harpejji?

    Harpejji / har-pedge-ee / A stringed and fretted electric instrument that is played by tapping or strumming the strings.   Origins Developed in 2001 by Tim Meeks, the harpejji was...

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  • Leveling Up

    What is fret leveling? An important step in the harpejji manufacturing process is fret leveling. The process begins by taping off the instrument's body to protect the beautiful paint job....

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  • 10 Reasons All Keyboardists Need A Harpejji

      The harpejji is a stringed instrument that uses piano like note markings. This means that the harpejji doesn't have a large learning curve for keyboardists. Since the harpejji is...

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What the Harpejji Can Do For You

Many musicians get stuck playing the same phrases and licks on their instruments. Learning and memorizing countless scales and chord shapes can be frustrating and time-consuming. Some keyboard players may feel that they are lacking the authenticity of a real stringed instrument.

Because of the harpejji's intuitive tuning design, it allows you to play in ways that are near-impossible on other instruments and minimizes the need for countless scale and chord memorizations. Harpejjis are made with real wood and use piezo pickups for an authentic stringed instrument sound. Click the button below to learn the Top 5 Reasons to Play Harpejji.

Top 5 Reasons to Play

Handcrafted in the USA

Since the beginning, every harpejji ever sold was designed and built by hand in the U.S.A. by people who take pride in their craft and strive to make every customer happy. Come visit us to see for yourself!

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