Harmony almost wrote the book on guitars and responsible for so many rock stars. Youngsters all over the world ordered guitars from Sears, Montgomery Ward, and later by JC Penny. These affordable guitars are now very sort after and have become very expensive. Many of these models have been copied and reissued over the years. In their heyday, Harmony was the largest manufacture of guitars in the USA. In 1964-65 they sold over 350,000 instruments. The pickup used during and around those years were made by DeArmond Company. Today Vintage DeArmond Pups are still valued and sold. Look into years of bands, and you will find VIP's of the Rock World, with a Harmony in their hands.
Here's a blast from the past. The reissue of the 1960's Harmony Stratotone H49 Jupiter. Originally this guitar was manufactured in Japan, but these babies came straight from China many years later. They copied them right down to the T including those Gold Foil Pups. Guitar is hollow body and has a volume, volume, tone, tone, master tone knob, with a really cool 3 way switch. They don't come up on Ebay to often and this ones like brand new but was briefly used. $499.99
Harmony H46 Stratotone Mars- Early 1960's H46 Stratotone Mars hollow body guitar. Very good condition for its age with issues. Slight wear to top edges of headstock only. Great tone with that Mojo Vintage Pick Up. This baby is 100% Original too. These guitars are just starting to become valuable and are sure to keep on rising. $599.99
Harmony H65- Here's a to good to be true Harmony H-65. This Blonde Beauty is in wonderfyul condition. She's Harmony's answer to the Gibson L-5 and sounds it. This one was produced in 1959-60 and plays like a dream. Let the picture make the statement, but she's the nicest one we ever had.
Rocket II- Lets get on this 1965 Harmony Rocket II. What a retro ride. Those 2 DeArmond Gold Foil Pickups do the trick. This guitar is also in great condition, all Original, and has that sexy Whammy Bar. Very hard to find in this condition.
This guitar could have rocked around the clock. Bill Haley and many other early rockers used guitars just like this baby. They have a sound of their own, and just breath taking, to say the least. This Harmony H38 dates to about 1957-59. She's completely original except for the button input jack that someone installed. This guitar puts a chill in cool. There's just something about playing a Vintage Harmony. Sorry, we can't list a price yet cause I'm not done playing it!
H37 - Hollywood
Electric Archtop - Gold and black
Production year(s) : 1956-1962 (other years possible, not verified)
1 pickup - early models have a "hershey bar" pickup, with a jack cord permanently attached to the small volume box. Later models have a "golden tone" pickup, with tone and vol pots, "cupcakes" knobs, and a conventional jack on body side. H38 is the same model in reversed Black and Gold - H39 is a later Hollywood model.
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