1950s Harmony 0-size, 12-fret in ladder-braced solid birch, 1 3/4” nut with generous 2 3/8” string spacing, great all around player that enjoys many styles
The Stella brand Harmony’s from the 1950s are among the best sounding guitars from the catalogs of the day. Rebuilt from the inside out, this example shines in looks, playability and tone. Great value for an American made classic.
SPECS: 0-size body in red mahogany top lacquer finish and natural side and back finish, 12-fret neck, ladder-braced solid birch top, solid birch rim and back, paddle headstock, period tuning machines with white knobs, steel reinforced poplar neck with a soft “C” neck profile, rosewood fretboard with new frets and real MOP markers, rosewood bridge, bone nut and saddle with bone pins. Nut width: 1 3/4”, String Spacing: 2 3/8”, Scale length: 24”, Upper bout: 9 1/2””, Lower Bout: 13 1/4”, Body length: 17 5/8“, Widest body depth: 3 5/8”, Overall length: 36” , Neck thickness at 1st fret: 12/16”, Neck thickness at 5th fret: 13/16”, Action: 1/8”, string gauge setup: 52-11s.
CONDITION: Super solid with no issues. Scuffs to finish here and there. Work included neckset with steel reinforcement added, updated bracing, new bridge, new fretboard and frets, and attention to seams, bridgeplate, touchups and setup.
SOUND: Punchy and loud with a bluesy vibe. This guitar has the string spacing to be a great fingerstyle player. However, it has all the features to become just as fine a flatpicker or strummer. Buyer can choose the final setup at no additional cost.
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