1957 Harmony H40
For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 1957 Harmony H40
One of the cooler and rare Harmony acoustic's we've had. This H-40 has the Uno-tone, and it a cool and unique electrified flat top. Comes with soft case. Sounds and plays great too. Nice action and playability. The pickup has a great tone and can produce some very bluesy sounds.
1 P13 pickup at the end of fretboard. 4 screws hold it in place, volume and tone controls. All original except for pickguard, funky and cool!
Photos of actual guitar (not stock photos).
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While these pieces are meant to be played, they are also from a bygone era, and certain components may have to be replaced to maintain functionality as musical instruments. Replacing certain parts such as resistors or electrolytic capacitors with period correct replacement parts is recommended. Speakers reconing are sometimes necessary as are pickup rewinds. We do these upgrades only with the greatest discretion and always note these changes in our descriptions.
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