H6685 - Dreadnought|
Acoustic flatop - Natural
This one should be one of the last models produced, in about 1975, with solid top and laminated body. Gotoh tuners.
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|Body depth||4"3/8||110 mm|
|Neck at nut||1"3/4||45 mm|
|Neck at 12th||2"||51.6 mm|
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- Mike Shepard - 2008-12-08
I bought this Guitar in 1975, my first purchase of many to follow. I still have it today and keep it at my cabin to play all summer. I have had the neck and frets reworked and it still plays and sounds great. Thanks Harmony for the web page
- wroughtironron - 2009-02-15
I have one of these and the tone is awesome.
I also have the flimsy original fitted hard case.
It wasn't expensive, but it does the job.
- Gary Khan - 2015-06-10
Mine is in excellent shape, customized for me by Michael Soloway, a staff Luthier (also worked at Hammond & Ludwig - all in Chicago). He gave me low & fast action + top-of-the-line Heads! Added bulky but light & protective '83 (all Black) Nylon shell, Form-fitted Styrofoam (coated in pseudo-velevet Case. I added Heel & Tail Strap Knobs with tail being ¼" Jack from a removable, original Bill Lawrence piezo p/u bought at '77 NAMM-Chicago Show. Mr. Soloway's son is life-long friend who also has a "Sovereign" 6 string & 12 string.