Camac Service

Camac’s after-sales service is widely recognized for its excellence, and for us it is also a matter of honor always to provide irreproachable service to our clients. All our lever harps are guaranteed for FIVE years and our pedal harps for TEN, double the usual warranty period. 

Each of our harps has been designed to simplify regulation and maintenance. Not only does this make it easier and faster for harp technicians to work on our harps, it also offers harpists a greater degree of independence. 

Our international technicians

We are proud of our extensive network of certified technicians throughout the world. We warmly recommend the following colleagues for all aspects of sales aftercare (whether your instrument is under guarantee, or not), and regulation and repairs for your Camac harp. Liza Jensen is our technician in charge of the USA.

Liza Jensen 

Peter Wiley

Robert Hohlbauch

Steve Moss

Tomas Bell

Mike Lewis

Ed Galchick

John Pratt


Harps are not without their logistical mysteries at the beginning. They have to be tuned, how to move them is not self-evident, strings have to be replaced – and your teacher, or your child’s teacher, cannot do all this for you every time. We have a wealth of video guides over on our YouTube channel. These include: tuning, string changing (including those bass wires!), harp transport, and a new series all about electric and electroacoustic harps. 

We also have a number of downloadable resources, all available free of charge here. They include string charts, catalogues, and our A-Z of the amplified harp. 

The brainchild of our partners Virginia Harp Center, Premier harp strings are Camac Classique, with gauges tailored to American specifications. Experience our top-quality gut strings, that may be used on any concert tension harp:

Special Harp Tuner

Harp parent?
Keen beginner? Love all things harp? But…

Tuning is driving you crazy?


If you’re old enough to remember tuning forks, there’s no denying electronic tuners and pickups have changed harpists’ lives. But they still require some mental gymnastics, particularly for young students, parents and beginners, because often the tuner picks up an enharmonic equivalent to the note you’re trying to tune.

SUFFER NO MORE! We have collaborated with Eagletone to make a tuner especially for the harp. What you’ll see on the tuner is the notes you are actually playing. Our attractive tuner is very well-priced, comes with an included pickup, and is available from your nearest Camac distributor.