• Harmony H75 electric guitar
    Harmony H75


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1961 to 1971

Production of the H 75 began in 1961 and ended in 1971. The Harmony H75 is a semi-acoustic electric guitar with 2 f-holes and an "Ultra-Thin" arched tone chamber body.It features an "Ultra-Slim" narrow short scale rosewood fingerboard with 8 rectangular position markers.
It has three DeArmond single coil pickups each with six adjustable magnetic polepieces under each string. There are a total of 9 controls: switches permit selection of any of 7 combinations of pickups. Headpiece is engraved. It has an ornamental chrome plated tailpiece.
Size is 15 3/4" x 40 1/2" and 2 inches deep. In 1962 it retailed $250.00 new.

Photo from Harmony Catalog.

Specifications (21)


Body back materiallaminated maple body back
Body shape featuresarchtop, double cutaway
Body sides materiallaminated maple body sides
Body styleES-335 style
Pickguard shaperaised pickguard
Soundhole2 f-holes


Bridgeadjustable bridge
Hardware colorchrome hardware
Tailpiecestandard tailpiece


Fingerboard materialrosewood fingerboard
Fingerboard position markersblock fingerboard position markers


Finish colorsbrown finish
Made inUSA
Number of strings6 strings


Number of frets20 fret
Tuner layoutthree-each-side


Pickup selector controls3 pickup selector switches
Tone controls3 tone controls
Volume controls3 volume controls


Pickups brand and modelDeArmond pickup(s)
Pickups configuration3 pickups

Prices (1)

2011$305.00poorPretty much a shell only, replaced everything but the body and neck. Cost me another $600.00 in parts to bring up to snuff, it's the blond one with the SH-1 and sh-2 Seymour Duncan P/U's, plays like a peach now.

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