H41 - Hollywood|
Production year(s) : 1960-1967 (other years possible, not verified)
2 pickups - H41 model number was also used in 1955 on a different, blue archtop called "Riviera". H37, H38 and H39 are one pickup Hollywood models
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- cowboyrance - 2008-12-27
I recieved one of these for Christmas in 1965.. I played it til about 1981 without an amp.. couldn't afford one til then. It has a very mellow sound quality.. still own it.
- M - 2009-01-29
I just bought one! Happy as a man can be!
- jr428 - 2009-07-02
just bought one at a tag sale for 5 bucks.. its my new project..needs love haha
- Clay O'Flanagan - 2009-08-05
I'm into one too, Bought it at a second hand shop for $49.99. No pickguard as usual. The pair of De Armonds were there though, I've had it a week and it nearly back together... Still undecided whether to put the pickups on something more suitable. The Birdhand.
- Slater - 2010-01-23
I got my 63 at a flea market. It is sweet. The adjustable bridge is pretty handy too.
- Angus - 2011-06-28
Picked mine up in trade for some classy gold plated license plate frames($12) back in 1992.
Not the original pickguard, but it works. Had a guy in florida refuse to work on it because he admitted he knew nothing about old guitars!
- Jake - 2011-10-11
My girlfriend just bought me an H41 for my birthday today. its amazing, sounds great and the action is fantastic!
- mark - 2012-12-17
I have a 1968 harmony h41 Hollywood arch top hollow body acoustic-electric and trying to find a prize online for it. It was my grandpa and now is mine and I'm just would like to know how much that are now
- Bryon - 2013-08-07
My first guitar was a Hollywood H41.Don't know the year it was made, but I really wish I still had it! I traded it for a Hagstrom Viking'65. Both were great guitars! I'd love to have another Hollywood!!!
- NjMartin - 2014-05-12
I have one for sale if anyone is interested. Chicago-based. Harmony Hollywood Steel Reinforced Neck. Great condition.
- Lonnie Barber - 2015-06-05
i bought my first harmony off eBay. It's an h41 as close as I can tell. Basically looks identical to these pictured here. Except for the headstock. Mine has what looks to be a diamond suspended from just below the Made In USA also a gold metal looking W or M or maybe a crown. Any ideas?
- Eddie - 2017-04-21
I inherited mine from my step-father. I grew up listening to him play it all the time. It's currently in the shop having some TLC done to it. It's the only one I've ever seen with a factory tremolo.
- moapys - 2017-05-21
To anyone who has performed (or had done) neck-work; how playable was the resulting outcome? I saw that these have a truss rod...but is it adjustable?
- Jeffrey Miller - 2017-10-13
I bought a hollow body and rebuilt it and am looking for the back plates, can anyone help me
- Bruce Bolden - 2017-12-25
Looking for a bridge and pick guard for mine. Know where to find parts. Pretty beat up but still sounds amazing running through a box amp