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models H1221
Acoustic flatop - Sunburst
H1221 model number was used on the blue "Catalina", then later (seventies ?) on a small flatop, Stella-like but wearing only "Harmony" on the headstock

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8 comments | Add your comment !

  • Frank Overbey - 2007-06-07
    I just bought what I think is a H1221. It is the same size as my 60s Stella, but has a natural spruce top, mohogany stained sides, tortoise bat-wing pickguard, and the chrome Stella-like tailpiece. There is no paper label on the inside. When you look through the soundhole there is a very smal 412 stamp. When you look on the inside up toward the neck there is a 7677H1221 stamp.
  • Robby - 2009-10-14
    I just got one of these that my uncle found in a trash pile - with a little love this is a great guitar! Nice Find, I would say.
  • MKR - 2009-11-30
    After 10 years of letting it sit and collect dust in a closet, I pulled this out to learn to play. I noticed the label in the sound hole and looked it up.
    The $20 I paid for this at the pawn shop feels like a much better bargain now. :)
  • Levi M - 2011-07-02
    We got this guitar a while back, some polish and new strings and wow what a period sound...and stays in tune. Its a classic. In recording it can sound almost like a Herman's Hermits type of uke. But the resonance of the bass string in the little body is really unique. In D tuning it works beautifully too. Nice little tool in the shed, really cool sound.
  • Rocco - 2017-11-19
    I purchased this parlor guitar at an estate sale. After a little cleanup and re-stringing I was knocked out by this little parlor guitar.
    I love the 1 3/4" neck width. An excellent sounding, made in USA guitar.
  • Kyle - 2018-01-17
    My grandpa gave me one he found in the trash, quite poor condition & im restoring it, Would love any info on how much its worth or its history, thank you!
  • Kyle - 2018-01-17
    My grandpa gave me one he found in the trash, quite poor condition & im restoring it, Would love any info on how much its worth or its history, thank you!
  • Kyle - 2018-01-17
    My grandpa gave me one he found in the trash, quite poor condition & im restoring it, Would love any info on how much its worth or its history, thank you!

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