Harmony Debuts the New Comet in Anaheim | NAMM 2020

We've already dropped by the Harmony Guitars booth here at the NAMM convention for a look at the new Harmony Juno guitar, but that isn't all the brand brought to the convention to show of for 2020. Also new this year is a guitar called the Comet.

Like the previously covered Juno, the Comet will be joining Harmony's Standard Series. It's modern recreation of Harmony's 1960s H-72 and is the first semi-hollow model the brand has released since its relaunch in 2018.

Also a first in the Standard Series, the Comet features a set-neck design, which is 25 inches, made of mahogany, and married to a double-cutaway mahogany body that's smaller and contoured for better playability. Electronics-wise, its outfitted with a pair of Harmony's proprietary gold foil pickups, tuned for a warmer and fuller tone, controlled by a three-way selector switch and single volume and tone knobs.

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