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HARMONY H7208-STRATOTONE: Roy Smeck
circa 1962

Roy Smeck- Harmony 7208, Stratotone natural top finish, black back and sides, two pickups, made in Chicago circa 1962This is a Roy Smeck model guitar made by Harmony of Chicago circa 1962 as part of their Stratotone line. It is a fully celluloid bound, hollowbody, single cutaway guitar with a blond, natural top and black sides and back made of curly Maple. It has two single coil pickups, a unique, lightening bolt shaped black celluloid pickup mounting plate, an ebonised fingerboard with gorgeous rectangular mother-of-pearl inlays, an ebonised adjustable bridge and a metal trapeze style tailpiece. Endorsed by American Vaudevillian musician, Roy Smeck, nicknamed "Wizard of the Strings", this rare beauty is light in weight but feels very solid in your hands when playing. It is an instrument for both players and collecters. Not only does the fast action feels fantastic on the fingers and the tone is terrific, it also looks lovely with its unique pickgaurd and blender-type dial. Other than some areas of wear on the headstock and various places on the body, this guitar is pretty clean and looks good for a guitar that is pushing 60 years old.Description from VintageSilvertones.com


Harmony H7208 Roy Smeck Item #: h3054 SOLD

Roy Smeck- Harmony 7208, Stratotone natural top finish, black back and sides, two pickups, made in Chicago circa 1962


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