Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Harmony H-6365 Mohogany Acoustic in Fond Du Lac WI for $100

This seller is offering a Harmony H-6365 which is the later version of the venerable H-165.  Not so much cache as its older brother but still well made in the USA with solid woods and it even has a trussrod. These fly way under the radar since they are later period Harmony guitars but they are very well loved by their owners and apparently play well and sound very nice.   Definitely worth taking a look and a listen.  If it is the bound version and it is in decent shape you will have certainly scored.

There is no pic on the listing so I am showing a generic pic I found online.


Harmony Acoustic 6-String Guitar, Vintage - $100 (Fond du lac, WI)

Date: 2012-05-26, 8:21PM CDT
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This is an antique guitar but also a great guitar for playing as well.

It is a great guitar whether you want it as an antique or just to play on as I did. Moving so just trying to get rid of the things I don't have room for anymore. I am looking for $100.

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