electric harps are extremely
portable, very lightweight, yet have a full range, and a huge
sound. I make them in four sizes, the popular 31 string that
you see above, a lap harp sized 24 string, a 36 string floor
standing harp, sometimes referred to as the "Singer/Songwriter"
harp, and a 40 string floor standing model which descends to
E, the bottom note of the bass guitar. The bass notes of all
these harps are lush and full, the upper range is very clear
and harplike. The output will give excellent results with any
sound reinforcement system, including effects pedals and wireless
Standard features, Kortier
24 string- $1,995
31 string- $2,995
36 string- $3,650
40 string- $4,000
Prices include harp, base board, tuning wrench, travel
case, extra set of strings, and shipping within the US and Canada.
To order see Purchase Page
- Carefully laminated 5 ply neck and pillar of native red oak,
very strong yet resonant.
- Body, also of oak, hides all wiring.
- Kortier piezo pickups on every string, developed specifically
- Loveland sharping lever on every string.
- Fluorocarbon strings, metal in bass octave.
- The built in Fishman Powerjack preamp is powered by a 9 volt
battery, good for an estimated 1,000 hours of use. No other maintenance
or adjustment of the system is required. Just plug in and play!
- Stand (base board) clamps onto slots in side of body, no
- Small harps can be outfitted with optional harness, to play
E31g- the mid-sized harp:
full range, VERY portable.
- Bottom note C, two octaves below
- 31 strings, top note is E.
- Proper tension and string spacing
for good technique.
- Well balanced, comfortable to
play, very portable.
- Fitted travel case suitable
for shipping or baggage check. Case is 42 x 32 x 7 inches. Click here for photo.
- Total weight of harp in its
case is less than 25 lbs. Harp alone is about 14 lbs.
- Can be played on a harness for
freedom of movement on stage. Harness is $85 extra, includes 3 attachment points on harp.
floor standing harp with range to bottom note A, easily packs
flat in its case, quick set up. 50 inches tall, about 15 pounds
The Kortier Electric 24
is the ultimate travel harp- 33 inches tall, range to one octave
below middle C, 8 pounds in weight, HUGE sound. It can be played
on a harness as shown here, or clamped to its baseboard like
the larger electric harps. Or, play it in your lap with no stand
or harness! Same pickups, strings, levers, and most importantly,
the same big sound, but in a very small package.
The E40g is especially
useful in a band that needs a bass player as well as another
melody and rhythm instrument. The range descends to 7th octave
E, the lowest E on a pedal harp and the bottom note of bass guitars.
The bottom 13 strings are metal core and are wired into their
own preamp and output jack, for an awesomely huge bass sound.
The treble strings are fluorocarbon giving you a very natural
harp sound when amplified directly, or can be run through any
effects pedals that guitar players use.This is literally two
harps in one.