Custom made in red and blue (or black), like the C and F strings, these small rubber rings are designed to slip onto your harp's tuning pins or Loveland lever handles.
When used on the tuning pins (shown below on right), they give you a color cue on that side of the harp to assist you when tuning. If you ever have trouble figuring out "which pin is which" when tuning, you'll LOVE these rings! They will even fit on the pins of pedal harps.
When used on the sharping levers (shown above and below on left) they provide a quick visual reference, which can be a life-saver in low light situations or when quick lever flips are needed. These rings position well on Loveland levers. They also fit on Truitt and Robinson levers, although they slide up and down the shaft as you raise and lower those levers.
Each pack comes with 14 rings. We now sell 3 color varieties of these useful rings.
Most lever harp players like the set of 7 red and 7 blue rings.
Pedal harpists tend to prefer the 7 red and 7 black ring set for their tuning pins.
And those who want a more subtle-looking, but effective, tactile cue, like the all black set of 14.
Many of our customers have bought 2 sets: one for their levers, and the other for their tuning pins.
Note: If you have difficulty getting them on to thicker lever handles, try soaking them in hot tap water for a few minutes, or putting them in a paper bag and warming them with a hair dryer.
Be sure to also try our white and yellow Accidental Rings to easily mark which levers you'll need to engage in the middle of a piece of music.