This harmonica box is designed to hold 8 harps with room for more. The lid flips closed with the harps still inside. Each section is felt lined.
When open, the lid serves as a playlist/music holder. There is a large lower section for a microphone, large harp or spares. Box width is inside that of a typical tripod microphone stand, thus reducing the chance of knockover.
You can use this box for storage as well as on stage. Each harmonica section is just tall enough to hold the instrument in place, yet short enough to allow you to pull them from the top. No need to dig in a box, fumble around on a stool, or risk spilling your harps onto the ground.
On the back of the box is a threaded piece that allows you to connect the box to a standard microphone stand. Here, we show a 9-inch flex piece (not included) between the stand and box. This gives you great flexibility when on stage and keeps your instruments within easy reach.
The box measures 16 x 7 x 2 inches and weighs about a pound and a half.
West Hills Wood no longer makes these, but we'd be happy to see the one you make.
This made for an interesting project that solved a problem for a friendly harp player friend of ours. Contact us if you have any further questions.