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Harmony advertisement (1967)

Harmonys Fine Electric Guitars

Harmony H70 Meteor, Harmony H72, Harmony H74, Harmony H77, Harmony H78, Harmony H79, Harmony H27 bass

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Harmony advertisement (1967) Harmonys Fine Electric Guitars

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.

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