Our Notes: There are some light scratches and finish wear throughout the body and neck typical with a vintage instrument - nothing that affects the playability. The electronics function 100%. The neck has a slight bow but the action is good and the guitar is very playable in all positions. Everything on the guitar is original except for the nut and tuners. Includes a gig bag.
Vintage Electric Guitar from the 1960s. The Harmony Stratotone H45 feature a straightline hardwood neck with built-in steel reinforcing rod and narrow ebonized maple fingerboard. Its short scale makes it easier for chording. The body is finely finished in warm sunburst effect with a white celluoid binding. It also has an adjustable bridge and hinged tailpiece. Excellent quality response single pickup built into the body with Tone and Volume control. The special slide-switch permits quick change from bass emphasis for rhythm to treble emphasis for take-off or solo playing.
|FINGERBOARD MATERIAL||Ebonized Maple|
|NECK PLATE||Three bolt neck|
|NECK SHAPE||"U" Shape|
|POSITION INLAYS||Pearloid dots|
|NUMBER OF FRETS||20|
|NUMBER OF STRINGS||6|