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I'm thinking I'd like a harpist, is it weird to go all the way to Maui and not have something more Hawaiian? I don't want total Hawaiian like dancers and stuff.

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Harp was an option from my WC. I don't think it's odd at all. If it's what you want, do it. We're opting for a guitarist, but were at one point seriously considering the harpist.

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Are you getting the guitarist thru the WC or did you find one yourself. Did you get to hear samples of the person who will be performing? I tried to find some guitarist w/samples only found a couple. I found a harpist I really like, so I'm really leaning in that direction.

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We're using the guitarist that the WC is recommending. I haven't heard him, and (shockingly) I'm ok with that. It's the same guitarist that I've seen in a ton of the pictures in thier album, so it appears that they've been using him for awhile.

 

I guess I am just so used to hiring guitarists locally for my job that I never even questioned what he sounds like. cheesy.gif

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I'm looking for a musician for our ceremony. Future hubby is against a harpist and I'm not really sold on it either. Anybody know of a guitarist? So far I really like Jaime Lawrence. He has lots of samples

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We are using a Hawaiian guitarist for our ceremony. As for the reception, there will be a 4 or 5 piece Hawaiian band playing on the terrace.

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