Rarely do you find one in this condition. The pick-up has that one of a kind warmth that is now being fully appreciated. Overall a closet classic with little play wear and no. . This had been badly done and left me with the impression that this old Sovereign had been the victim of abuse in the hands of an inexperience repairer.
The large deep body has selected mahogany back and sides, resonant spruce top, white edge bindings, with inlays. It's now a players guitar and has a vintage vibe to it. Please see our other listings for more vintage items. This guitar I am selling is the rarest and coolest version of this model guitar. The Harmony Company was founded by Wilhelm Schultz in 1892. Selling a very rare vintage 1950's Silvertone model H1324. Here are the manufacturer's specs on this model number H1215 which is stamped inside following the serial number: Top.
The action is high and a neck adjustment would be in order or it can be played just as. Please look closely at the pictures and if you want more pictures, please let me know before bidding on this guitar. Please send payment within 5 days in business days. It's the bar across the alley or next door? Thank you for your interest. It has been professionally setup and comes with its. But- yeah, the more I research these things, the more I'm excited to own one.
We believe all parts are original aside from the modern paint job. More on neck resets The edge bindings were trimmed to size and the fingerboard reattached to the neck. Ask any vintage Martin flat top player, they will tell you. It's a nice fingerpicker I really have to keep myself from buying more. Looks like an X braced version of the H1260.
The finish on the neck is nicely. Please feel free to contact us if you need any further information. In the mean time, the guitar can be played on and opened back up tonally. Guitar is exactly as pictured. It has a working adjustable truss rod with original tuners and truss rod cover, complete and working great. What worries me about other Harmonies is that I've read that many weren't good then and certainly won't be now. If you finally can not buy it, you will get a total refund and the instrument will be relisted for sale.
I have for sale a Harmony H-168. If you're looking for a perfect condition guitar look elsewhere. For these reasons I now claim the date of manufacture can not be determined. There is some bridge lift, and a bit of seperation of the neck from the body Please see photos Full Length: 40 Lower Bout: 16. I would love to own one for nostalgia's sake but, man, are they ugly! A country player would love its Drive Other than the pick guard markings, orig finish looks good. Easy enough to find if you so desire. It has a few minor scratches and wear that you would expect for a guitar of this vintage.
I'll let you know how it turns out. Back in the early 60's in England when I started playing around the folk clubs the Harmony Sovereign 'jumbo' was the intermediate guitar bridging the gap between cheap Italian Eko and German Framus imports, and the almost inaccessibly expensive American high end. Bidders with zero feedback or are newly registered to. Years of Production: 1958 - 1971 Body Style: Jumbo flattop Design Elements: White binding, dot inlays, white button tuners, black pickguard. You'll know your settings - visually.
Harmony made the Sovereign for several different companies and private labeled them for Sears Silvertone , Regal, Holiday, Airline and others. This is a rare Early Harmony Vintage Neon Electric Stratocaster Guitar. At 44 years old, the spruce top has opened up beautifully, is flat and hasn't bowed like some other vintage guitars see photo. Neck finish touch up done with lacquer. The new bridge has an extended front to allow for correct saddle position and therefore accurate intonation. None of the wear affects the playability, the neck is straight.