Noteworthy County Cork 26 harp

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    Angela Wright

    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


    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.



    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.


    Hi Kimberly,

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

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