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models H6365
Acoustic flatop - Mahogany
Production year(s) : 1972-1975 (other years possible, not verified)

Seventies version of the H165 with all mahogany body - bound, then unbound neck/headstock. Pinned bridge.

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Top woodMahogany
Body woodMahogany
All solid woods

Scale25"1/4642 mm

15 comments | Add your comment !

  • DRDONSGUITAR - 2007-05-30
    IT IS A WONDERFUL GUITAR. If the price indication in you add is comparison per year increase then mine should be worth about $640.00 in todays market at a $20.00 a year increase. Wonder why they are selling for only 60 to 120 on ebay?
  • Mysteron - 2007-08-16
    Just found a bound version in almost mint condtion. Seems barely played (very little fret wear). The tortoise shell pickguard had come off, but was included ! Lovely sound, decent action; not as well-balanced as my 1971 D-18, but a big, sweet voice nonetheless. I'm very glad to have it.
  • mcmorey - 2008-11-02
    I am an original owner of one of these and I loved it like a brother for many years. I bought mine when I was in about the 8th grade (that would be around 72-73). I used it frequently through my high school and college years. It did and still does have good sound and projection. Had a buddy in college who had a guild and he preferred this one for sound and ease of playing. The top has bowed upwards over the years and is really best suited these days for slide work which it does well.
  • - 2009-03-04
    Many of the Harmony guitars on ebay need some expensive repairs like neck resets, refretting, etc. Just as many more suffer from unprofessional patches that are expensive to correct. Those in great playing condition with all original parts do sell close to the predicted increase.
  • Virgus Ewing - 2009-05-27
    Picked up one today was very curiuos as to what such sweet sounding guitar would be worth in Todays Market. Just by reading some of the other coments I dont think i paid too much,Think i'll keep it a while, but if somone comes out with the right amount; i might part with it.
  • Mysteron - 2010-04-24
    A further note to my comment of 2007-08-16:
    I've had this guitar for almost 3 years now, and I find it is best suited to fingerstyle playing. It does not have great depth or resonance as a "strummer", but when played in more of a "plucking" fashion, it has much more "presence". (sorry for all the quotation marks.)
  • H6365Guy - 2010-09-14
    FUCKING BARGAIN!!!! These are the best bang for your buck, as far as I'm concerned.... why pay more for an H165 with no truss rod? These things fucking have it!
  • Bobkat Man - 2012-03-15
    These are great guitars with a rich full sound. They sound unlike anything else, I also have a Martin solid mahogony of the same size and they sound completely different. One is not better or worse, just different.
  • Dave731 - 2013-09-09
    I just bought one from craigslist, restrung it and it sounds great, this is my 2nd harmony most likely not my last since I think they sound great.
  • Tylr - 2015-08-09
    Hey guys. SO I am now a proud owner of a beautiful H6365. Picked it up for $200, really decent shape couple dings in the back and no wear on the frets. The previous owner flipped the bridge which Threw me off like no other.... I just started playing about 6 months ago and am progressing well. However got tired of my pos Mitchels string falling and snapping so hey I upgraded IMO. One think I have noticed the action is WAY TO DAMN HIGH. I'm talking about the size of a kids chubby pinky finger.... COuld it be cause the owner flopped the bridge?
  • Derektheclubsinger - 2017-01-25
    Purchased a 1972 model with cream binding and enclosed tuners. The bridge was detached and revealed the top to be laminate. Likewise on inspection of the back and sides they too were laminate construction, not solid Mahogany. Fret board is very good quality radiused Rosewood, but Harmony just didn't finish them well. The fret board will clean up though and will look and feel great. The neck is all one piece and is a slimmer profile compared to the H165.
  • Jim Durkin - 2017-02-03
    I just got one on Ebay and it too appears to be all laminate, I'm a little disappointed but it will still be an OK project for a beginner like me and it was very cheap
  • Darryl henderson - 2017-02-16
    pick up h6365 today in pawn shop in durhan nc for 35.00 I love it I have 4 harmonys and the are killer thanks kmanharp
  • Darryl henderson - 2017-02-16
    pick up h6365 today in pawn shop in durhan nc for 35.00 I love it I have 4 harmonys and the are killer thanks kmanharp
  • Jeff Musser - 2017-11-13
    Just bought a 6365, that has the number stamped inside on the back. It has the cream (may have been white once?) body binding, and the peg head. I had read some of these reviews, that these could have a laminate top, but for the price, I took my chances. I looked at it through my magnifying light, and found some black streaks next to the sound hole, which I though was some sort of stain. It ended up being a few minute changes in the grain, that went all the way through the end grain in the sound hole. I have to believe it's solid mahogany all the way through, and it does say, Made In USA. It's going to take some work, but I'm tickled to death to have it!

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