Tuesday, January 22, 2013

1960's Silvertone H617 Harmony made Acoustic in San Fernando Valley for $135

I have seen this model referred to as the Silvetone H617 in the past but it is just one of those mid level Silvertone's from the 1960's.  Not as fancy as a Harmony Sovereign and not as resonant as a Harmony H62 or H65 but good basic concert sized guitars if you have strong fingers and can handle the high action.

This one looks to be in good shape.  The finish on these seems to hold up surprisingly well.



A Vintage 1960's Silvertone Acoustic Guitar. It sounds really nice, plays well. Beautiful looking wood and color. Has the normal dings and nicks in it from age, but in generally very nice cosmetic shape. Very shallow crack in the paint on the backside of the guitar, other than that, beautiful specimen from this vintage age ! call or email 818 *** **** thanks !

  • Location: SFValley
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1 comment:

  1. the action at the 12th fret looks just about high enough to drive a tractor-trailer thru, but otherwise nice!


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