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Noteworthy County Cork 26 harp

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    Angela Wright
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    Hello everyone!

    I’m wondering if anyone can tell me their experience with the Noteworthy County Cork 26. I am considering purchasing it as a second harp for travel, busking and hospice work. It looks to be solidly

    #72611
    mary-meyer
    Participant

    Hi Angela,

    I have a Noteworthy County Kerry 24. When I picked it up, I got to spend some time talking with Jeff Gaynor, the gentleman who built it. He showed me around his shop; he does beautiful work with wood!

    The Kerry is a beautiful small harp; the difference is one extra string at either end of the range. The rounded soundbox feels extremely comfortable, and it has buttons to attach a strap if you want to play while standing. Mine has Truitt levers on all strings, which are absolutely beautiful and so easy to use.

    #72612
    HBrock25
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    I saw here that you plan to sell your County Kerry 24. How much do you plan to sell it for? I’m looking to buy a harp on a budget, and I’ve been looking at the Noteworthy County Kerry as one of my options.

    #72613
    mary-meyer
    Participant

    Hi Kimberly,

    Please email me privately and I’ll be glad to respond. Where are you located? I’m in Medina, OH.

    MReneeMeyer@gmail.com

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