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A 1954 Harmony H62

1954 Harmony H62

1954 Harmony H62

If this was a Gibson ES-295 Scotty Moore would have played it, but because it’s a Harmony it’s even cooler. A professional grade instrument, the guitar features a spruce plywood top, flame maple back and sides, six layer tortoise binding, a Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with genuine MOP inlays and a Bigsby vibrato. The guitar pair of screaming Gibson P-13’s, the big daddy pickup that whelped the infamous P-90s and defined the sound of a generation.

This guitar is in excellent cosmetic and playable condition, and we’re asking $3,500 for this outstanding piece of fretted American musical history.


While Fender and Gibson are the most iconic American guitars today, the real dream guitars carry more humble names like Kay, Harmony, Silvertone and Old Kraftsman. These catalog guitars of the '50s an '60s are the guitars of our dreams, and our store is the place where those dreams come true!