The Harmony H76 was one of the very best semi-acoustic guitars built by the Chicago manufacturer, and production continued right into the 1970s. For this reason it appeared in a lot of vintage Harmony adverts, see below. The H76 was a three pickup guitar, with a Bigsby vibrato tailpiece and block neck inlays and sunburst finish; the same model with redburst finish is the Harmony H78. Without the Bigsby vibrato, the model designations are Harmony H75 (sunburst) and, Harmony H77 (redburst).
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Electric guitar advertisements originally published from 1965 onwards. Click on the images for larger copies. Check out other vintage Harmony advertisements
Harmony H76 - Harmony Amplifiers - Harmony Electric Guitars (1965)
Mid sixties Harmony advertisement for five amplifiers and two guitars; the solidbody H19 and thinline hollowbody H76.
Harmony H76 - Here are Harmony's Big 3 (1966)
Mid sixties advertisement for three of Harmonys best selling instruments: the H19 solid body, H76 thinline hollow-body and the 1260 flat top acoustic. These three instruments appeared in numerous H...
Harmony H76 - Now Hear This (1966)
The three instruments appearing in this mid-60s advert are the H19 solid body, H76 thinline hollow-body and the 1260 flat top acoustic. These were Harmony's big-3 instruments and were promoted widely.
Harmony H76 - The Crafstmen Come From Here (1967)
In 1967, the American guitar market was under attack. Skilled luthiers at Gibson and Guild were safe, even those these companies had their problems to overcome, but at the lower end, where guitars ...
Harmony H76 - Want To Take A Harmony Guitar Apart (1967)
Mid sixties advert highlighting some of the features of a Harmony guitar: the slim necks, truss rod, hollow body construction and De Armond pickups. The fact that Harmony was an American company (f...
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