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Harmony H74 Neo-Cutaway

Semi-acoustic electric guitar

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, Bigsby Vibrato tailpiece and two volume and tone controls.

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

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

Harmony H74 - Harmonys Fine Electric Guitars (1967)
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 model...

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