Harmony advertisement showing a number of hollow-body electric guitars. There are three newer models, all launched the previous year: the H-72, H79 twelve string and H27 bass, and three older models: the Meteor, Neo-cutaway and H77.
"With DeArmond designed unconditionally guaranteed electronics - There are none better - in responsiveness - in dependability - in value"
1967 Ad for the following thinline electric guitars: H72, H72V, H79, H70, H74, H77, H78 and the H27 electric bass.
Harmony H70 Meteor - You're in Demand with a Harmony Guitar
Gets people together
Harmony advert from December 1962 featuring the Harmony H70 Meteor hollow-body electric guitar and H306 Amp
Harmony H74 - The wonderful world of music is yours... with a Harmony
Early 1960s Harmony advertisement featuring two guitars: the hollow body H74 electric semi-acoustic (Harmony Neo-Cutaway), and the and the H174 Classical guitar
Harmony H77 - Harmony guitars
Mid sixties Harmony advert, showing a solid-body (H19), an acoustic (1260), and an electric semi-acoustic (H75)
Harmony H77 - The integrity of the Harmony guitar is known by the integrity of its maker
Mid sixties Harmony adverts for two instruments. The semi-acoustic H-77 and the 1260 acoustic
Harmony H79 - Action by Harmony. Heres Where You Find It
Late sixties ad for the twelve string Harmony H79
Harmony H27 - You plug it in, it turns you on
The title of this advertisement, of course, is a play on Dr. Timothy Leary's 'Turn On, Tune in, Drop out' suggestion, so current amongst the youth of late 1960s America; Harmony new their market. U...