H937 - Student Nylon Guitar|
Acoustic flatop - Natural
Production year(s) : 1969-1971 (other years possible, not verified)
Short scale 24"1/4 - Looks like, but different neck, scale and body from the earlier H910 Stella - first year in 1969
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|All solid woods|
|Body depth||3"3/4||95 mm|
|Neck at nut||1"3/4||45.1 mm|
|Neck at 12th||2"1/4||55.7 mm|
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- Guitar Hospital - 2006-08-03
Such a fine instrument with crisp and clear voice. I refretted it with Stew-Mac #155 fretwire and installed the Martin Silk & Steel stings. This resulted in an amazingly easy to play and fun guitar.
- Jordan - 2008-09-26
This is a great learning guitar, but I would not reccomend it for the advanced player.
- ivy_ - 2009-05-20
I've played for 15 yrs now and still this little old guitar I pick up and play more than anything these days,which says alot...sounds great with electric strings also (my neck can take it no prob), built like a tank. would buy another if propositioned haha
- bob sears - 2009-11-14
I too have a 937 strung with electric strings and play it just about every day. The sustain is incredible. I own several guitars but this one is fun and easy to play
- Mo' Kauffey - 2011-09-03
I love mine, it is so much fun to play and has a great voice. I have had it for about 10 years now and keep high tension nylon strings on it. Mel Brown got a hold of mine one day and I didn't think I was going to get it back. He played it for about an hour.
- Goodwill Harmony guy - 2011-09-13
I bought one of these at my local Goodwill store that sells by the pound. It only cost $5!! The Harmony logo was spray painted over in black but it looks natural. In the right light you can still see the raised logo. Really sweet little guitar. I love the smooth finish and it has good sustain. There is only one dead spot on the neck. I'm thinking of getting the plastic bridge and nut replaced with Tusq (bone). The neck on this Harmony is pretty modern and small, very comfortable to play. Sounds excellent w/ fingerpicking but I really like it with a thin nylon pick to make the sound louder and play faster.
- Zsokor - 2014-10-10
I got mine from a thrift store years ago. I striped it and refretted it with jumbo frets. I also removed the bridge and strung the strings with a tail piece and floating bridge. Quite a fun parlor guitar.
- Grant Koeller - 2016-01-01
I found this Harmony H 937 for sale at the salvation Army for $9.49 strings missing, the tuners were all missing parts,took it to a professional guitar repair department of local music store. they fixed the tuners good as new. I polished the Birch body with carnauba car wax. It looked brand new, then I installed some med lite gauge Nylon classical strings. This guitar is really designed to take only classical strings. Metal electric strings are not recommended. It sings and has a fantastic voice! Anyone that picks it up never sets it down... It's perfect for a beginner too with the shorter scale
- Ethan S - 2019-11-22
I've owned one of these for a little over a year now. Found it at a local Goodwill for $14.99, not a bad price for a nice little nylon string.