What is a harpejji... and WHY?

If you are new to the harpejji, you are probably wondering "What is it?" and "Why would I want one?" Click the button below to learn the Top 5 Reasons to Play Harpejji.

Top 5 Reasons to Play

Piano-like Note Markers

The harpejji has a note marking system which is similar to a piano. The white notes on the harpejji are the white notes on a piano. The same goes for the black notes. Clusters of 2 black notes are C# and D#.  Clusters of 3 black notes are F#, G# and A#, all like a piano. The C markers are hollow. Unlike a piano, the harpejji lets you capitalize on muscle memory a lot more.  That's because all chords and scales of any type use the same fingering patterns, regardless of the root note. 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.

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  • Stevie Wonder's Newest Harpejji: A Tribute to His Sister

    Stevie Wonder's newest harpejji was made as a tribute to his recently deceased sister, Renee Hardaway (1961-2018). 

    Stevie Wonder's Newest Harpejji: A Tribute to His Sister

    Did you notice recently that Stevie Wonder is playing a new and more colorful harpejji? Stevie Wonder playing Clapton's "Tears In Heaven" at Nipsey Hussle's memorial service (Photo by Kevork...

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