Harmony Roy Smeck 1940s

6-String Acoustic Guitar with Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard. Made in the USA.
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Harmony Roy Smeck 1940s

Used

Description & Specs

The following specs were carefully collected and recorded by a skilled technician. For a more detailed description and questions regarding sound, feel, or cosmetic condition, please visit our Lincoln Avenue showroom or call to speak to one of our Used and Vintage experts.
Finish Details: The neck appears to have been oversprayed. The remainder of the finish is original.
Body Material: Mahogany
Neck Material: Maple
Fingerboard Material: Brazilian Rosewood
Neck Profile: Soft "V" profile
Neck Thickness (IN): .91" (1st fret), 1.14" (10th fret)
Fingerboard Radius: 12.00"
Nut Width: 1-11/16"
Scale Length: 25"
Neck Details: Maple neck with bound Brazilian rosewood fretboard, dot inlays, and non-adjustable neck reinforcement. The neck has been previously refretted and the board planed. The nut has been shimmed, and the back of the neck has been oversprayed.
Electronics: None
Hardware: The bridge has been replaced. The tuners are original 1940s Kluson tuners, although the buttons are not original.
Weight: 3lbs 7oz
Modifications/Repairs: -The neck has been refretted and oversprayed -The bridge has been replaced -Some braces have been reglued -The nut has been shimmed and the tuner buttons replaced
Case Details: Original chipboard case
Cosmetic Condition: The guitar shows age appropriate wear, with scratches, small dings, and other small blemishes visible throughout. The body finish is glossy with nice checking present, along with heavy buckle rash on the back. The oversprayed neck is glossy and smooth, with some minor patches of wear along the sides.
Tech Notes: The guitar plays well with medium-low action and light neck relief, and is currently set up with 12-53 phosphor bronze acoustic strings. The frets are narrow and moderately low, with minor wear. The internal body date is illegible, but the "S-XX" date format, tuners, and appointments date the guitar to the mid-1940s.
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