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Harmony: Model H50
Circa 1952

Harmony H50 made by Harmony in Chicago, one pickup, electric guitar, hollow body, sunburst white striped binding, spruce top, maple sides and back, made in 1952 This is an H50 guitar made by Harmony of Chicago circa 1952. It is a hollowbody, sunburst, bound, archtop with a single coil pickup with a tortoise shell surround, raised, molded, tortoise shell pickguard surrounding the pickup, matched spruce top with maple sides and back, brown deluxe knobs, a black plastic strap button at the bottom, two f-holes, trapeze style fixed tailpeice, white celluloid binding on the body and neck, adjustable rosewood bridge and a beautiful headstock with a crested "H" logo and lightening bolt. This guitar is gorgeuous from its fancy heraldry-style headstock to its unique knobs. It is 100% original and still looks fine for an over sixty-four year old instrument. This H50 is in good condition. The neck is straight, the action is fast and the pickup seems to be as clear and potent as it has ever been. It still looks lovely, feels fantastic and sounds superb. Don't miss your chance to get this classic!Description from VintageSilvertones.com


Harmony H50 Item#: h3065 SOLD

Harmony H50 made by Harmony in Chicago, one pickup, electric guitar, hollow body, sunburst white striped binding, spruce top, maple sides and back, made in 1952


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