Originally manufactured in the 1960's by the Harmony Factory in Chicago, the 'Sovereign' made its stamp on rock n roll history via greats such as Pete Townsend and Jimmy Page. The Silvertone version of this jumbo dreadnought, the 633, was introduced in 1965 and continued until 1973.
This 633EBAVS “Baritone” guitar is Based on the existing 633 Jumbo Acoustic model and features a solid Engelmann Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides for a well-balanced, articulate and deep sound. The unique Silvertone jumbo dreadnought body shape is perfect for baritone tuning. The lowest notes speak with authority and growl. The 633EBAVS features D'Addario baritone strings tuned B-E-A-D-F#-B and comes complete with a full featured Fishman® Clearwave60 preamp with built in tuner.

This ‘Big Daddy’ jumbo of the Silvertone acoustic family is certain to be appreciated for its loud volume and, now even deeper, tones just the same way it was back then. It's the perfect addition to any home studio, the unique tone will add real spice to recordings!”


633EB AVS/633EB Acoustic Guitar

  • Construction - Jumbo Dreadnought
  • Top - Solid Engelmann Spruce
  • Nack & Sides - Mahogany
  • Finish - Vintage Sunburst


  • Nut Width - 1-11/16"
  • Tuners - Chrome sealed
  • Bridge - Rosewood bridge
  • Tuner - Clearwave™ 60 by Fishman® active EQ with built in tuner 


  • Material - Mahogany
  • Shape - C
  • Inlays - Pearl Dot
  • Binding - Ivory single ply
  • Frets - 20 fret, 25-1/2" scale
  • Fingerboard - Rosewood
  • Pickguard - Tortoise

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • Jumbo Baritone Acoustic/Electric
  • American Vintage Sunburst

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