Taken From The 1965 Harmony Catalogue
HI-VALUE ELECTRIC BASS
Golden Tone Pickup, De Armond Built — Bass and Baritone Registers — Outstanding Response
Designed for the guitar or string bass player to "double" on a second instrument. Comfortable Auditorium size—Ultra-Thin hollow Tone Chamber body—laminated maple top and back—celluloid bound edges. Satin-smooth walnut shaded eggshell finish.
Slim Torque-Lok reinforced neck. 15 frets clear of the body. The rosewood fingerboard is comfortably narrow, 1¾ in. wide at the nut. Full scale, 30 inches from nut to adjustable bridge. Has fine quality flat wound strings. The pickup was especially designed in cooperation with De Armond for dual tone and fine response. Finger tip switch provides a choice of full hass or lighter baritone registers. A rosewood finger rest facilitates plucking of the strings.
Electric Bass. Size overall 15¾x44¼ in.
Rim 2 in. deep....................................$104.50
Carrying Case, extra. ........................$ 18.00
I vastly prefer this bass with the bass boost on. Man thats heavy! Talk about Tone.
- Harmony H22 Bass in bass boost mode (round wound strings, treble and vol pots positioned at 9/10, bass boost ON, recorded directly into my sound card, with no pre-amp)
- Harmony H22 Bass in standard mode (round wound strings, treble and vol pots positioned at 9/10, bass boost OFF, recorded directly into my sound card, with no pre-amp)
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