H6210 - Classic|
Acoustic flatop - Natural
Production year(s) : 1972-1975 (other years possible, not verified)
Economical seventies classic - nylon strings. Laminated construction. Not the same shape as the previous classical models.
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|Top wood||Laminated faux spruce birch|
|Body wood||laminated birch|
|Laminated body and top|
|Body depth||3"7/8||99 mm|
|Neck at nut||2"||50.8 mm|
|Neck at 12th||2"3/8||60 mm|
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- Rose - 2005-12-07
This model has a deep rich tone that makes it nice to sing with
- shandy - 2007-06-12
I've been blessed with this beautiful guitar from my father. It is a left handed H6210. Very much pristine instrument. It is the sweetest sound I've heard!
- ivy - 2012-05-02
I have a right handed one I play left handed and strung with electric strings...this thing is amazing... for being technically the cheapest guitar I own.. it's always the one that i go to first when writing songs, if i lost this guitar i wouldn't know what to do
- Larry - 2016-11-18
My 6210 is NOT laminated wood. It may be a mystery wood but it is solid throughout. The grain patterns on both sides of the top, back and sides are identical. I've confirmed this on another 6210 site.
And it certainly sounds like a solid wood guitar should after 50 years.
- Victor Reventlow - 2019-01-06
I found my Harmony Classic with the serial or model
number #8257H6210 stamped into the wood The oval sticker label :
Harmony Classic Guitar Model # (blank)
$10 in thrift store it has beautiful tone structurally perfect condition it lives happily among my Martins , Gibsons and Taylor guitars . Gets played a lot! A keeper