Rental Program

Rental harps are the VENUS Prodigy or Penti models* – these harps may be available for purchase by renter at end of rental period and applied fees (below) will be used.  Or the renter can apply their rental fee towards the purchase of any NEW VENUS either in showroom inventory or built to their particular requirements.

Terms of rental are 12 months. ALL rentals require (non-refundable) security deposit, twelve months rent in advance with Copy of Insurance (For full replacement value) covering rental term of the harp. Shipping/insurance costs for delivery and return of harp is the Customer’s responsibility and payable in full at time of delivery.

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Student Model
44 String
Concert Model
46 String
Grand Concert

47 String
Non-refundable security deposit of $650

Security deposit covers the cost of a full set of new strings, regulation,  repairs and/or cleaning and touch up of harp upon its return to W&W at conclusion of rental period.  If the rental harp is being purchased this fee will be used for the same service on the harp prior to its release to client so it is in good physical and performance condition.

Rental Harp supply is limited and on a first come first serve basis.  Rental pool is limited to colors on hand, there is no choice of finish or other details on rental harps.  We DO NOT RENT ANY OTHER MODELS OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED HERE.  This is the only rent-to-own  procedure VENUS harps uses.

Up to 6 months of your rental fee can be applied to the purchase of a NEW VENUS harp according to the following schedule:

Rental Period  Applied to Purchase
Prodigy  - 12 months

Any Penti - 12 months or longer

4 months

6 months

Purchases of a NEW VENUS Harp MUST take place within 3 months of completion of rental period in order to apply stated rental fee towards purchase. On purchase of all new harps we accept personal checks, money orders, direct transfer between banks, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express  or Financing as described above.