I’ve been looking for a hollowbody guitar for a while and have wanted to get a vintage Harmony forever, so when I stumbled upon this 1952 Harmony H51 I just had to get it.
Since old Harmony guitars are known for their bowed necks and insanely high string action, I was a bit worried about the playability at first, but thankfully this wasn’t the case here. The neck on this H51 is straight as an arrow, the strings are nice and low and the guitar just plays beautifully.
I was curious to hear how it sounded like in a recording, so I decided to demo it by playing some pieces I’d be likely to use it for.
If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment and I’ll be happy to help.
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