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models H6137 - Stella nylon
Acoustic flatop - Natural
Production year(s) : 1972-1975 (other years possible, not verified)

Seventies version of the H937 - nylon strings. "Simulated spruce-grained top".

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Top woodSpruce-grained laminated birch
Body woodlaminated birch
Laminated construction

7 comments | Add your comment !

  • jim - 2007-08-13
    I was doing some side work for an older woman,when I saw a guitar case.I asked her about it and she told me that her husband bought it for her for Christmas 1970 something. Then she said if I wanted it I could have it. I opened the case and found a brand new looking guitar.model H6137. The lady said that she never really tried to learn to play it. I have since put on new strings and this thing has great sound and tone. This guitar will stay in my family.
  • Kelly - 2008-06-14
    I walked into an old Pawn shop, and I saw this guitar sitting there, I was young and eager to learn about music. I had already picked up some other instruments, but the one I had wanted to learn my entire life was guitar. Later on I noticed it was a Harmony, so I looked further in and I saw it was the Model H6137 Stella. This guitar has a Great sound. I love this guitar, and I believe I will keep it forever.
  • Mike - 2013-09-25
    Just bought one of these and the action was very high so I bought a Graphtech Saddle and after a couple of hours of sanding and getting the right fit I was able to greatly improve the play on the upper frets - great sound and wonderful feel
  • Mr. Boh - 2014-12-05
    I have one of these that is actually labeled "Harmony" on the headstock. Label reads "Stella by Harmony; Chicago Il. Made in U.S.A." along with the usual addendum to "use only Nylon strings"
  • jerami - 2017-02-07
    i have a h6137 model that i am trying to sell. how much do you think they are worth today?
  • SteveB - 2019-02-17
    I have a ‘73 I bought on eBay for $70 with bad fret buzz. The nut slots had become too deeply worn so the action was way too low. After I whittled me up a new nut out of a scrap of corian countertop and put on a set of Martin Silk and Steel .0115-.047 strings it is one honey of a parlor guitar. I think this model is supposed to have nylon strings and probably doesn’t have a truss rod, but the neck is straight, it stays in tune, and sounds terrific. So easy to play too.
  • SteveB - 2019-02-17
    I have a ‘73 I bought on eBay for $70 with bad fret buzz. The nut slots had become too deeply worn so the action was way too low. After I whittled me up a new nut out of a scrap of corian countertop and put on a set of Martin Silk and Steel .0115-.047 strings it is one honey of a parlor guitar. I think this model is supposed to have nylon strings and probably doesn’t have a truss rod, but the neck is straight, it stays in tune, and sounds terrific. So easy to play too.

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