- electric guitars
Dates of manufacture:
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.
|Body back material||laminated maple body back|
|Body shape features||archtop, double cutaway|
|Body sides material||laminated maple body sides|
|Body style||ES-335 style|
|Pickguard shape||raised pickguard|
|Hardware color||chrome hardware|
|Fingerboard material||rosewood fingerboard|
|Fingerboard position markers||block fingerboard position markers|
|Finish colors||brown finish|
|Number of strings||6 strings|
|Number of frets||20 fret|
|Pickup selector controls||3 pickup selector switches|
|Tone controls||3 tone controls|
|Volume controls||3 volume controls|
|Pickups brand and model||DeArmond pickup(s)|
|Pickups configuration||3 pickups|
|2011||$305.00||poor||Pretty 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.|