1950s Harmony 0-size, 12-fret in ladder braced birch, 1 13/16” nut, 2 3/16” string spacing, early model sold through T. Eaton retailers in Canada
Another old cowboy guitar finding new life in 2017, this Harmony made small body was originally offered as a “Lone Ranger" stencil guitar for the Canadian market. A vintage amber burst vintage, all solid woods, updated bracing and a slotted headstock highlight its list of features. It’s versatile for different playing styles and offers nice projection with a flatpick.
SPECS: 0-size body, 12-fret neck, ladder-braced birch top, sides and back, slotted headstock, Kluson tuning machines, steel reinforced poplar neck with slight but full figured “V” neck profile, bound rosewood fretboard with new frets and MOP markers, ebony bridge, bone pins, nut and saddle. Nut width: 1 13/16”, String Spacing: 2 3/16”, Scale length: 25 1/4 ”, Upper bout: 9 3/8”, Lower Bout: 13 1/8”, Body length: 17 3/4“, Widest body depth: 3 5/8”, Overall length: 36 3/4” , Neck thickness at 1st fret: 1”, Neck thickness at 5th fret: 1 1/16”, Action: 3/32”, string gauge setup: custom light 52-11s
CONDITION: Excellent rebuilt condition. Small top hairline on the lower edge and two back cracks addressed. Top was rebraced, back braces were reused. Work included neckset, fresh bracing update, new fretboard/frets, binding, bridge and setup.
SOUND: It plays smooth and easy as a bare-fingerstyle guitar but really enjoys a flatpick. Nice projection and doesn’t mind some diggin’ in.
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