Very cool Terz size vintage acoustic guitar. Looks like a Harmony H-162 3/4 except the headstock. Harmony used pinless bridge (like this one) pre 1957. Solid spruce, solid mahogany. Nice guitar with original case. Case is a bit ratty but usable. All latches & hinges work. Easy player first 5 frets and still playable further up the neck but the action gets higher. See photo of quart on 12th fret.
Some dings, pick wear scratches, but no cracks or breaks. The neck joint is tight, but looks like it may have been reset. Again, this is a cool guitar.  Fingerboard oiled, frets dressed, new Martin phospher bronze 12's. Please look at photos and ask all questions before buying. See my ratings and buy with confidence. Thanks for looking and be sure to check out my other listings.

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Listed4 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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Brand
  • Kay ? Harmony ? Supertone ?
Model
  • H-162 3/4 Terz Size Parlor Guitar
Finish
  • Natural
Categories
Year
  • 1950's
Made In
  • United States

Hippie Holidaze

Riverton, NJ, United States
Sales:186
Joined Reverb:2015

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