Harmony Sovereign Deluxe H1265 Sunburst 1960s

6-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar with Rosewood Fingerboard. Made in the USA.
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Harmony Sovereign Deluxe H1265 Sunburst 1960s

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: Original
Body Material: Mahogany
Neck Material: Mahogany
Fingerboard Material: Rosewood
Neck Profile: "C" profile
Neck Thickness (IN): .85" (1st fret), 1.04" (10th fret)
Fingerboard Radius: 9.50"
Nut Width: 1-3/4"
Scale Length: 25 2/5"
Neck Details: Mahogany neck with bound rosewood fretboard, block inlays, and headstock truss rod adjustment. The neck has been reset and the nut has been replaced.
Electronics: The guitar is fitted with a vintage DeArmond soundhole pickup with volume control. The lead from the pickup and the jack have been replaced. The volume pot has a 1953 date code.
Hardware: An endpin jack has been installed for the pickup. The nut and plastic part of the saddle have been replaced.
Weight: 4lbs 15oz
Modifications/Repairs: -The neck has been reset -Two repaired body cracks -Several braces have been reglued -An endpin jack has been installed, as has a soundhole pickup
Case Details: Gig bag
Cosmetic Condition: The guitar has aged nicely, with plenty of natural finish checking on the glossy finish, along with numerous dings, scratches, and other signs of use. There are two repaired cracks along the top of the body, extending from either side of the neck heel. The tortoiseshell material has shrunk with age, but is still secure.
Tech Notes: The guitar plays well with low action and optimal neck relief, and is currently set up with 12-53 phosphor bronze strings. The narrow frets are low with light wear present. This model dates to the 1960s; the original factory year markings are faded and illegible, preventing a more specific identification.
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