Vintage advertisements for the Harmony H74
Electric Guitar advertisements originally published from 1963 onwards. Click on the images for larger copies.
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Harmony H74 - The wonderful world of music is yours... with a Harmony (1963)
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 H74 - Harmonys Fine Electric Guitars (1967)
"With DeArmond designed unconditionally guaranteed electronics - There are none better - in responsiveness - in dependability - in value"
1967 Ad for the following thinline electric guitars:...
Harmony made a lot of semi acoustic guitar and basses, and the Harmony H74, or Harmony Neo-Cutaway is a typical example. Available throughout the early and mid 1960s, it got it's 'Neo-Cutaway' name from the partial body cutaway on the bass side of the neck. 2 De'Armond Pickups, Bibgsby Vibrato tailpiece and two volume and tone controls.
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