H75, H76, H77, H78

Page 3 of the 1965 Harmony Catalogue

This catalogue page describes four distinct Harmony semi-acoustic models, although all are effectively the same guitar: the H75 - sunburst finish, ornamental (fixed) tailpiece; H76 - sunburst, Bigsby vibrato; H77 - warm cherry shaded finish, fixed tailpiece; and H78 - cherry shaded finish with Bigsby.

These were the top of the Harmony line at the time: three De Armond pickups, each with it's own volume and tone controls, and on-off switch, giving a very wide tonal range.

Will be played with pride by the most experienced performer! Truly precision instruments, finely adjusted before leaving the factory. The top quality electronics in the triple pickup give brilliant and flexible response.

At the time of printing (most likely late 1964) Harmony offered these guitars at $250 irrespective of finish, or $300 with Bigsby vibrato, although this catalogue came with a separate price sheet, dated April 1965, listing the H75 and H77 at $275.

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1965 Harmony Catalogue page 3 -  Harmony H75, H76, H77 and H78

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