Harmony Rocket Sunburst 1965

Short-Scale 6-String Hollow Body Electric Guitar with Maple Fingerboard. Made in the USA.
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Harmony Rocket Sunburst 1965

Vintage

Description & Specs

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Finish Details: Original
Body Material: Maple
Neck Material: Maple
Fingerboard Material: Maple
Neck Profile: "C" profile
Neck Thickness (IN): .98" (1st fret), .99" (10th fret)
Fingerboard Radius: 10.00"
Nut Width: 1-11/16"
Scale Length: 24"
Neck Details: Bolt-on maple neck with unbound dyed maple fingerboard, dot inlays, and non-adjustable steel neck reinforcement. The nut has been shimmed.
Electronics: Original electronics, with single coil gold foil pickups, 3-way toggle selector switch, and volume/tone controls for each pickup. The pickups and pots have 1965 date markers.
Pickup Measurements: 11.1k (neck), 10.8k (bridge)
Hardware: The bridge has been replaced, and a jack plate has been installed.
Weight: 6lbs 13oz
Modifications/Repairs: -Several repaired body cracks -Non-original jack plate -The nut has been shimmed
Case Details: Hardshell case
Cosmetic Condition: The guitar has plenty of nice aging present, with finish checking, light scratches, and small chips present. The sides and back of the body have numerous repaired cracks, most noticeably at the output jack. The back of the neck is smooth with some wear along the sides, and the hardware has tarnished with age.
Tech Notes: The guitar plays well with medium action, and is currently set up with 10s. The neck does not have an adjustable truss rod, and has developed relief over the years, but the guitar has been set up to play cleanly and comfortably; the guitar is well suited to slide and open chord playing. The frets are narrow and low with some divots present below the fifth fret. The electronics markings date the guitar to 1965.
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