Harmony H-1327 Monterey 1940
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This 16-inch Harmony H-1327 Monterey was produced in Chicago, US, in the 1940s.
The Harmony has a two-tone nitro Sunburst finish, herringbone binding and an original tortoise pickguard. On the headstock, we find the original tuning machines and the famous Harmony stencil logo.
This Harmony Monterey has a solid (pressed) Spruce top with solid Birch back and sides. The neck has a chunky C-shape. The fretboard is Rosewood. The Harmony has recently had a professional neck reset. The playability is therefore now optimal.
The guitar plays very comfortably and is currently tuned with .011 strings.
Comes with a (worn) chipboard case.