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monterey

15 Harmony models

H1320 - Monterey (1938-1940) - Acoustic archtop - Wine-red sunburst
Spruce top - Grand Auditorium 16 1/2 in. B&W checkered bindings on top - B&W pickguard
H1325 - Monterey (1952-1972) - Acoustic archtop - Brown shaded
Spruce top, birch body - Grand Auditorium 16 1/2 in. Unusual sunburst pattern in bands. Neck has a trussrod from 1964.
H1327 - Monterey (1937-1953) - Acoustic archtop - Sunburst
Spruce top, older top of the Monterey line model, herringbone binding - Grand Auditorium 16 1/2 in. Steel reinforced neck (bar in the neck but no adjustable trussrod). Early models only had "Monterey" stenciled in white on the head, then "Harmony" was added in red, then later replaced by a new logo with a musical note.
H1456 - Monterey (1944-1968) - Acoustic archtop - Sunburst
Top of the "Monterey" models in the fifties/sixties. Long production time. Trussrod neck from 1956. H1457 is the blonde version. As most archtops, models produced during wartime had a wooden tailpiece.
H1457 - Monterey (1952-1962) - Acoustic archtop - Blonde
Top of the "Monterey" models in the fifties - blonde version of the H1456 (production stopped earlier, ca. 1964). Trussrod neck from 1956.
H1820T - Monterey tenor (1937-1940) - Acoustic archtop - Wine-red sunburst
Tenor guitar to match the 6 string H1320 Monterey - B&W checkered bindings on top - B&W pickguard
H6450 - Monterey (1972) - Acoustic archtop - Red Sunburst
Seventies version of the Monterey leader H950
H950 - Monterey Leader (1938-1972) - Acoustic archtop - Redburst, faux flame
One of the most popular archtop of the sixties - more than 30 years of production time. Early models had a lower fretboard and bridge, and painted white bindings. They have a steel reinforced neck but never had an adjustable trussrod.
H950T - Monterey Tenor - Acoustic archtop - Redburst, faux flame
Tenor version of the "Monterey Leader" H950 - 4 strings tuned CGDA
H951 - Monterey Colorama (1955-1957) - Acoustic archtop - Black with 5 diagonal bars in gold
H952 - Monterey (1944-1945) - Acoustic archtop - Faux-pruce top, sunburst body
H952 model number was used during wartime for a Monterey model, with faux-spruce finish on top. Same model number was used later in mid-fifties for the black and red Colorama Monterey model.
H952 - Monterey Colorama (1955) - Acoustic archtop - Black and red "colorama"
H952 model number was used during wartime for a Monterey model, with faux-spruce finish on top. Same model number was used later in mid-fifties for the black and red Colorama Monterey model.
H953 - Monterey Colorama (1955-1959) - Acoustic archtop - Bronze and green "colorama"
H989 - Monterey (1942) - Acoustic archtop - Natural with faux flame
H996 - Monterey (1944-1951) - Acoustic archtop - Sunburst
Auditorium size. Spruce top, maple body. Finish described as "Cremona brown 'spotlight' finish".

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