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The following specs were provided by our repair and appraisal teams. 
For a more detailed description please call (517) 372-7880

  • This model has been used by Robbie Robertson, Tom Waits, Richie Valens and many others
  •  No SN
  •  Late 1950s
  •  VGC *(see below)
  •  Copper finish
  •  Small hardwood body with cutaway
  •  14-fret neck thru body design
  •  Thick D-shaped neck profile
  •  White-bound 20-fret Brazilian rosewood fingerboard
  • Pearloid dot markers
  •  3-on-a-plate open-gear tuners with cream buttons
  •  Silkscreened "Harmony / Stratotone" logo and "Mars with 16th note symbol"
  •  One single coil pickup in neck position
  •  Volume pot dated 32nd week of 1961
  •  White pickguard and jack plate (jackplate there, but broken)
  •  2nd jack added to front (tone pot and knob removed, easily reversed)
  •  One sliding tone switch (emphasizes treble or bass frequencies)
  •  Rosewood bridge with bone saddle, bone nut
  •  1-3/4" nut, ~25-1/4" scale, 5.2 lbs.
  • Volume pot dated 32 week of 1961 
  •  Built in Chicago, U.S.A.
  •  With tan chipboard OSSC (brown trim and lining)
  •  *VGC except needs work (heat press to straighten neck and alleviate high action, dress frets, rewire, etc - sold AS-IS)

Harmony H44 Stratotone Electric Guitar (late 1950s)

Harmony H44 Stratotone Electric Guitar (late 1950s)

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AS-IS
Used

SKU: 30U-218154

Regular price $950 USD
Regular price $1,050.00 USD Sale price $950.00 USD
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Experience the Elderly Difference
A lightweight treasure that's regained attention in recent years, this Harmony H44 Stratotone boasts a copper finish, neck-thru-body construction, and a Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. It requires some TLC including a heat press to straighten the neck, action adjustment, fret dressing, rewiring, and more. Please note, it is sold AS-IS. The original tan chipboard case is included. This instrument is in Very Good Condition (VGC).
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More Details

The following specs were provided by our repair and appraisal teams. 
For a more detailed description please call (517) 372-7880

  • This model has been used by Robbie Robertson, Tom Waits, Richie Valens and many others
  •  No SN
  •  Late 1950s
  •  VGC *(see below)
  •  Copper finish
  •  Small hardwood body with cutaway
  •  14-fret neck thru body design
  •  Thick D-shaped neck profile
  •  White-bound 20-fret Brazilian rosewood fingerboard
  • Pearloid dot markers
  •  3-on-a-plate open-gear tuners with cream buttons
  •  Silkscreened "Harmony / Stratotone" logo and "Mars with 16th note symbol"
  •  One single coil pickup in neck position
  •  Volume pot dated 32nd week of 1961
  •  White pickguard and jack plate (jackplate there, but broken)
  •  2nd jack added to front (tone pot and knob removed, easily reversed)
  •  One sliding tone switch (emphasizes treble or bass frequencies)
  •  Rosewood bridge with bone saddle, bone nut
  •  1-3/4" nut, ~25-1/4" scale, 5.2 lbs.
  • Volume pot dated 32 week of 1961 
  •  Built in Chicago, U.S.A.
  •  With tan chipboard OSSC (brown trim and lining)
  •  *VGC except needs work (heat press to straighten neck and alleviate high action, dress frets, rewire, etc - sold AS-IS)
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