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models H6130 - Stella
Acoustic flatop - Sunburst
Production year(s) : 1972-1975 (other years possible, not verified)

Seventies version of the H929 - adjustable bridge - Late models wears the Stella name only on the label inside, and "harmony" o the head. H6128 is the same model in natural faux-spruce finish.

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Top woodBirch
Body woodBirch
Laminated woods

Scale24"1/4615 mm

20 comments | Add your comment !

  • Bobby Duden - 2006-03-28
    What a beautiful guitar I have one just like it, the same coler and everything.
  • Tim Moss - 2007-11-15
    I have enjoyed taking this small Stella with me to work, walking in the mountains, and riding on the back of my motorcycle. It keeps Alf company back there. It has never failed to stay in tune. Though I have my yamaha, epiphone, quatro, and a few others around, this has still been my favorite sidekick when going somewhere. I carry it like a backpack and off I go. More people should try one, it might just grow on them. Have a great day !!!
  • Caddy Mac - 2008-01-25
    I have a Stella that i got from E-bay for a $130, sent from somewhere in the south USA to The Canadian Rockies , it came out of the box in tune! It has been my fav for a while now. She's the blues traveller. It's the same as the one pic with the H's on the fretboard, althouigh my pickgaurd is clear brown.
  • JF - 2008-10-07
    I got one just like this for 25 bucks not to long ago. It has many scratches and even a small hole in the body but it still plays and sounds pretty good considering its size and condition. Like Tim said I take this thing camping and on trips. Its nice to be able to take a guitar along and not worry about it being damaged.
  • fiddlemaster - 2009-02-27
    ive had mine ever since i was six, i got it off of my granny, its lookin a little rough now but it still plays like a dream.
  • sarabeth - 2010-02-14
    Just found a Stella in the attic. It's in surprisingly good shape. Looks like I've got a new beater.
  • Bristol299 - 2010-06-30
    Just picked up a 1972 in the original box and original strings. Been sitting in the store room of my friends music store since 1972. Original tags and warranty card. 25 year guarantee too bad it expired before it was ever sold.
  • Stumanchew - 2010-09-11
    Picked up my Stella in a Wisconsin music shop for $60, what a sweet little blues jammer, mines in mint condition, luv it.
  • JunebugJones - 2010-12-30
    I picked up one of these under the Harmony label at a used instrument store about a year ago. The tuning heads need a little work; won't stay in tune as well as I'd like... But the sound is amazing. I do a lot of acoustic, unamplified music jamming with friends and brought this little guitar to a couple of recent jams. Among a dozen singers and about as many 6-string guitars, stand-up bass and piano, the sound of my little Harmony cut through with little effort. So much volume and punch in such a small package!
  • Jarred - 2011-02-14
    I have one and it is absolutely amazing. Stays in tune most of the time and has a fantastic sound. Great for blues or any type of acoustic music. Plus I got it for 30 dollars.
  • Craig - 2013-06-12
    Picked mine up for $20 with a nice embroidered guitar strap. Had a little mildew, but cleaned up nicely with automotive polishing compound. Plays great, sounds great. A nice addition to my Harmony collection.
  • T.J. - 2013-09-12
    This guitar is my first (and only for time being.) I am 13 and like this guitar. I was able to get my guitar at an auction for $60.00 And i can say i think it is worth the money.
  • Al V - 2013-11-16
    Picked up a H6135 for 25 bucks real nice shape just has a old look to it put new strings on it and it sounds like a high end guitar!
  • Al V - 2013-11-16
    Picked up a H6135 for 25 bucks real nice shape just has a old look to it put new strings on it and it sounds like a high end guitar!
  • Al V - 2013-11-16
    Picked up a H6135 for 25 bucks real nice shape just has a old look to it put new strings on it and it sounds like a high end guitar!
  • Al V - 2013-11-16
    Picked up a H6135 for 25 bucks real nice shape just has a old look to it put new strings on it and it sounds like a high end guitar!
  • Al V - 2013-11-16
    Picked up a H6135 for 25 bucks real nice shape just has a old look to it put new strings on it and it sounds like a high end guitar!
  • Al V - 2013-11-16
    Picked up a H6135 for 25 bucks real nice shape just has a old look to it put new strings on it and it sounds like a high end guitar!
  • Tim - 2014-03-09
    Just found this little beauty as we were cleaning out my late grandmothers house. What a fantastic surprise. After a little cleaning it looks brand new. It is a solid good looking and good sounding little guitar. It made my day.
  • Jamie - 2014-05-16
    I've had mine since I was 10. Lent it to my cousin and it ended up in a damp basement for about four years, got it back and it cleaned up like new. I have several other guitars but my first is still special.

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