I love the idea of naming instruments, as this is what I have done with all of my accordions. My three harps have names, too. The first harp I purchased in 2007 is a Triplett Christina, which I named "Little Harpo" because I have always loved Harpo Marx. The second harp I bought was a Lyon and Healy Ogden, which has gut strings. I named that harp "Buster" because he arrived with some broken strings and I have to replace them fairly often. My third harp, which arrived here on the 29th of June of this year, I named "Little Dusty." It is an FH-26 in bubinga and the name seemed to fit. So, those are my three harp babies and they are true gems! I have always thought that if we give our instruments names, then we can more easily connect with them, as they become an extension of us, the player. Playing harp is, indeed, a true gift!