For your consideration a 1970 Harmony H-53 Rocket with a Red Sunburst finish. Sears, Roebuck & Co. bought Harmony from Wilhelm Schultz in 1916. In 1970 you could have walked into a Sears and bought this guitar! While most models were entry leave in more recent years players covet them for they unique sound and great looks! 50 year old American made archtop with a DeArmond gold foil, what a deal!
Specs! This guitar is in very good condition. It comes with its original soft shell case. 3 plate nickel tuners. Nylon nut with a 1.75″ width. Maple neck with a depth of .93″ at the first fret and .99″ at the twelfth fret. It has a 24″ scale length. Bound Rosewood fingerboar dwith a 16″ radius. Original 20 medium frets currently in good condition. Laminate maple body with a Red Sunburst finish. Original DeArmond Gold Foil with original wiring. Adjustable rosewood bridge with a trapeze tail piece. Weighs 5 pounds and 3 ounces.
What a fun part of American guitar history! The thine line body is perfect for practicing with out an amplifier. The gold foil pick up is mellow and articulate. Nice light weight, great for long sets or studio sessions. The best guitar is a fun guitar!
Serial: 5831 H53-1
Finish: Red Sunburst
Case: Comes with its original soft shell case.
Weight: 5 pounds and 3 ounces.
Condition: This guitar is in very good condition.
Comments: American made archtop with a DeArmond gold foil pick up!