Acoustic flatop - Sunburst
Production year(s) : 1940 (other years possible, not verified)
The precise model number in the catalog is F1009TL. Sunburst with horizontal faux-flame. All birch. "Idento" tailpiece (place for your name on a rectangular card)
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- Johnny - 2011-02-23
Great Blues sound and very loud and clear. The neck is easy to play so much better than laminate tops.
- Johnny H - 2011-11-26
Great site, I,ve got one of these Guitars that I bought at a flee market in Melbourne for $100
- sghee44 - 2011-12-23
Hi and thank you for the great site. I just bought on of these at the Seattle goodwill. It has no logo or paper tag but I was pretty sure it was a harmony and your site confirms it. Red oval date stamp is S-38, so spring of '38 and it has the tail piece of twisted metal as in the first pictured example. Finish is a little darker, more tobacco with faux flames. Faux perloid fingerboard is worn through in several places, a sign of a well-loved guitar. It is about to be well-loved again.
- Tim M - 2012-08-27
Great guitar for Blues I set mine up for slide it has a big sound for a small guitar with heaps of sustain.