1964 Harmony 0-size, 12-fret in mahogany/rosewood/birch with 1 3/4” nut, 2 5/16” string spacing, great all-around player with dry, woody tone
This ’64 Harmony 12-fret received a complete makeover including new mahogany top, three piece back and Gibson-esque headstock design. These new features have not taken away one iodta from the vintage tone and vibe, in fact, I think they have accentuated both to the next level. Solid, crack-free with a very playable neck, it’s a good value for an American made guitar from this period.
SPECS: 0-size body, 12-fret neck with paddle headstock, poplar neck with fixed steel reinforcement, ladder-braced solid mahogany top in natural finish, solid birch sides and solid mahogany/rosewood three piece back in black lacquer finish, bound top and soundhole, Golden Age tuning machines, “C” neck profile, new radius’d rosewood fretboard with new frets, real MOP fret markers, new compensated rosewood bridge, bone nut, bone saddle, ebony pins. Nut width: 1 3/4”, String Spacing: 2 5/16“, Scale length: 25”, Upper bout: 9 3/8“, Lower Bout: 13”, Body length: 17 7/8”, Widest body depth: 3 3/4”, Overall length: 37 1/4”, Neck thickness at 1st fret: 7/8”, Neck thickness at 5th fret: 7/8”, Action: 3/32”, string gauge setup: D’addario EJ26 custom light gauge in standard tuning.
CONDITION: Solid, crack-free condition with no issues besides some finish scuffs, edge wear, etc.
SOUND: Nice all-around player that enjoys bare-fingerstyle, light strumming and flat picking. As an added bonus, it welcomes Drop D tuning with generous acoustic tone, volume and sustain.
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