Remember the 6” harp that came in the mail the other day and I told you that I want to reserve it for The Thunderbolts Punisher? Unfortunately the harp had cosmetic issues involving a bird decoration coming apart from the bottom part of the pillar and some smeared paint and a burnt mark on one spot on the other side of the neck, the top part of the harp. So I had to fix it. But unfortunately the bird design was too small to be fixed perfectly, so I scraped it off and covered the flaws with a gold paint marker. The smears and the burnt marks were covered with gold paint, too. And the strings were colored in with a white paint marker to cover some unwanted gold marks that ended up on them.
I honestly wish that I didn’t have to do it, but when I end up ordering a miniature harp with flawed designs and you want your toy harp ensemble to look like a million bucks, hey, what else can you do? Next time I’ll try ordering a 6” harp without any factory flaws. Hope Thunderbolt Frank like what I’ll give him.
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