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models H671
Electric hollowbody - Sunburst
Production year(s) : 1972 (other years possible, not verified)

2 large pickups. Hagström adjustable bridge. Thin line with Bigsby vibrato, compares to earlier H64. Renumbered model, looks identical to previous H71.

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Scale24"1/4615 mm

5 comments | Add your comment !

  • Paul Steward - 2007-10-01
    I love this guitar. My dad got me one in a pawn shop in Santa Rosa, CA, on 12/24/1998 when I was 14. My first electric guitar. I would like to buy another one of these or at least find some spare parts for mine, it is missing some.
  • geno stroia - 2011-11-28
    i have this exact guitar - grandpa bought me that when i was 10 in 1978, if i recall. i believe it is all original - but i am missing one of the tone knobs.
  • Chiricorp - 2013-03-02
    I have had one of these for only a few years and it has become my main player. It is a rich sounding guitar with enough punch to really rock when you need it. It is a keeper!
  • Jeff - 2015-03-10
    I traded a hoffner guitar in order to get my Harmony H671 1964 in perfect condition!
  • Geno Stroia - 2016-05-25
    I have a extra volume/tone knob as I bought 2. So, not missing mine any longer... Only took 5 years! Lol - if anyone needs one, I'll sell my spare. Gstroia2@yahoo.com
    I know they are hard to find, so if it helps the next guy, I'm happy to help.

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