Today, Lawman Guitars is Presenting...

A 1960's Arch Top and Arched Back Airline Acoustic Guitar ... We would guess it to be Harmony made, given the Faux Tiger Stripe Finish ... Some Catalog guitar from the days long past!

We got this guitar in a package of guitars on a guitar finding trip. When we got it, it was strung up with decent playing action. I played this guitar for about a week while hunting guitars. It played ok, but it has a dip in the fingerboard at about the 7th fret. It will need, at least, a neck press, or potentially a full neck reset.

We cleaned it up. Check out the nice brass frets. Gave the fretboard a nice Dr Ducks Treatment. The top of the headstock was sanded for some reason. Not sure why but I'm glad they left the logo area alone. See pics.

The good news is, it wasn't molested with a lot of extra screw holes and tuners. We rubbed out the finish and the original finish is really nice. Still shiny after all these years. Its a good prospect to fix up after the neck issue, get some parts, string it up and play some Blues...

Not a project for us but maybe for you! Again, its a project guitar. Not to be returned. Its sold as is. Thanks for respecting that.

Plenty of cool parts for this guitar as well as vintage guitars and gear here in our Reverb Shop!

Thanks a lot! Lawman Mike at Lawman Guitars

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Listed3 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
  • Archtop Acoustic
  • Faux Tiger Stripe Sunburst
  • 1960's
Made In
  • United States

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West Des Moines, IA, United States
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