Today, Lawman Guitars is Presenting..

A very rare 1971 Harmony Stella with the Fender Style Headstock, Model H934. This is a 3/4 Size Parlor Acoustic Guitar with the original Soft Shell Case!

We now have two of these listed! My customers love these. We all love the iconic Stella guitars of the 1960's and 70's but the Fender Headstock Models are particularly desired. We now have two listed. This 1971 and also a 1969. Check it out!

These cool H934 Stellas with this fancy pickguard were only made in 1971...Ala, the brand started going to Made in Japan guitars and the USA Stellas we all loved were not to be made anymore. This is one of the last of the lines. We dated this one from the F-71 stamp in the sound hole. See pic 5.. Harmony made the more standard model Stella H933 from 1967 thru 1970..they did one more year with the Fancy Pickguard in 1971...

This guitar has not been played much... as you can see. The frets have plenty of life left in them... Just player dings and scratches ..We glued and cleated one back crack. See pics... The Faux Red Tiger Stripe Finish is really cool on the front and back and it plays and sounds great. The neck and bridge are on it nice and tight after all these years... Not much more to disclose on this little beauty!

This one plays and sounds great... Our Tech set it up with awesome playing action. These guitars were not known for that. The neck is nice and straight and you will not get sore fingers playing this one. New set of light gauge Phosphorus Bronze Strings as well. The Waverly 6 in a line tuners with work great. I cleaned them up and they work perfectly. The guitar still has the original nut, tuners, pickguard and end pin. New set of light gauge Phosphorus Bronze Strings, so its ready to go!

I describe these Stella guitars as being the perfect campfire guitar. They are made of birch and are virtually indestructible. This one has lasted for over 50 years now and it has that many more to go!! They sound great. Quite loud for their size. I know so many guitar players that learned on these guitars. I am one of them. The Fender headstock design just makes this Stella ever more cool!

Check out the cool Original Soft Shell case we got with it! These guitars rarely still have the case. The case is in great shape. Fits the guitar perfectly... We cleaned it up and added some rivet protectors. Even the Accessory box is still with it. One top crack we reinforced from the underside. It has a light faded logo of some sort on the top. Check those pics! Great case for your cool guitar!

Beautiful but its vintage and used so it's sold as is no returns. Thanks for respecting that.

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.Learn more
  • Vintage 1971 Harmony Fender Headstock Harmony Stella Model H934 3/4 Size Parlor Acoustic Pro Setup Original Soft Shell Case
Made In
  • United States
Body Shape
  • Parlor
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 6-String

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West Des Moines, IA, United States
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