The Harmony H78 was the redburst version of the sunburst Harmony H76. These were the top of the Harmony semi-acoustic guitar range, and stayed in production from the middle 1960s into the early 1970s. Unlike the otherwise identical Harmony H75 and Harmony H77, it was equipped with a Bigsby vibrato. All guitars in the range had three pickups made by DeArmond, with individual tone and volume controls, and block neck inlays.
Vintage advertisements for the Harmony H78
Electric Guitar advertisements originally published from 1967 onwards. Click on the images for larger copies.
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Harmony H78 - Harmonys Fine Electric Guitars (1967)
"With DeArmond designed unconditionally guaranteed electronics - There are none better - in responsiveness - in dependability - in value"
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