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Harmony Vibra Jet: Model H66
Circa 1961

Harmony H66 made by Harmony in Chicago, two pickup, electric guitar, hollow body, sunburst white binding, made in 1961 This is an H66 guitar made by Harmony of Chicago in 1961. It is a hollowbody, sunburst, bound, double cutaway with two single coil pickups with metal surrounds, raised, molded, tortoise shell pickguard, transparent deluxe knobs, a black plastic strap button at the top and a black plastic one at the bottom, two f-holes, trapeze style fixed tailpeice, white celluloid binding on the body and neck and an adjustable rosewood bridge. This guitar features a metal plate below the treble f-hole that has knobs on it that control the built in tremolo sound effect. With these knobs you can turn on the effect and control the depth and speed of te tremolo effect right on the guitar. There is also a metal cap on the plate where the battery is inserted. In addition to this rare feature this guitar is gorgeuous and sounds as great too. It still looks lovely, feels fantastic and sounds superb. Don't miss your chance to get this classic!


Harmony H66 Item#: h3071 SOLD

Harmony H66 made by Harmony in Chicago, two pickup, electric guitar, hollow body, sunburst white binding, made in 1961


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