Lever harps

Irish 32

Professional 36

Classic 40

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E31 electric harp

E36 lever harp

X61 cross strung electric

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Virtual Pedal Harp

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Wire strung harps

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Amplifying your harp

Kortier Harp Pickups

Woods used, construction methods


Here in my workshop in Duluth, Minnesota, I build professional quality lever harps, and electric harps in solid body or acoustic/electric style. My pickups (piezo transducers) have been developed over a period of years and are specific to harps. I also construct replicas of historical harps. I will build a harp for you and ship it to you anywhere in the world, it is what I do.

Please look at the pages detailing the possibilities and tell me how I can help you. I do all the work myself, including cases, so most instruments are built as ordered. Please email me and I will let you know how long it will take and the total cost. In most instances, the process takes 6 to 8 weeks from receipt of your deposit, except for historical replicas.

If you have further questions, or feel that I can assist you in any way, please call or write.

David Kortier -- Harpmaker
1231 E. 9th Street * Duluth, MN 55805
(218) 727-9490 weekdays

Email : david@kortier.com

site updated May 10, 2015

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Note- New generation of pickups! I am pleased to announce that my pickups (transducers) are easier than ever to install on a harp. The ultra miniature coaxial connectors simply snap together and provide reliable hum free connections throughout the entire system.

At the same time, I have improved the design of the pickups themselves to be extremely well shielded against hum and interference, and they have a significantly wider range of response. You will get a richer, fuller sound than you ever expected from your harp.

Because the pickups can be installed without specialized technical skill, I have put together packages of component parts for those who may wish to make installations themselves. If you are interested, click here.