H60 - Electric Archtop Cutaway|
Electric Archtop - Sunburst
Production year(s) : 1952-1955 (other years possible, not verified)
One "P13" pickup - full size body (3,5") with cutaway - Steel in neck but no adjustable trussrod. 4 ply bindings around top. This the first electric with cutaway proposed by Harmony. (H60 model number was later used on a Meteor thin line).
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- Blake DeKalb - 2007-08-19
A great-playing, great-sounding, great-looking, and AFFORDABLE vintage jazz box. Plug one of these into an old tube amp, and you're back in 1952!
- dave - 2014-01-25
I got one of these, and it is a very playable and good sounding archtop. The pickup definitely has a more humbucker like tone than single coil, and alot of output. Best of all is the bigger Harmony neck and frets, which is really comfortable, and suitable to my playing, as opposed to Gibsons...
- James Meredith - 2016-10-30
Have been looking for this guitar to add to my collection. It was the first guitar I owned back in 1964. Had one "P13" pickup; white tone knobs; white binding; geometric neck inlays; dark pick guard. Any offers to sell one, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dave - 2017-05-12
My father bought one of these brand new in the early 50s. He could play! I played it a little in the mid 60s. I never appreciated it. It was truly an outstandingly beautiful guitar. The workmanship was very good. Eventually I gave it away! Boy am I sorry.