Vintage Harmony H70 Meteor Sunburst 1960


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Popularized by Keith Richards in the early days of the Rolling Stones, the Harmony Meteor has been a fan favorite for decades for its classic styling & superb playability. A truly wonderful, thin hollow body featuring a pair of warm, rich sounding single coils that really deliver the goods. Pro set up with fresh strings & low action, so it plays & sounds great!

Cosmetic Condition: Pretty good shape for its age showing signs of typical play wear - various nicks, chips, dents & dings; scratches, mild weather checking & some finish wear. Overall the guitar has an ultra cool, true vintage vibe & shows off a beautiful patina.

Neck: Nicely rounded, semi-chunky maple neck with white binding & black side-dots. Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with mother of pearl block inlays. Frets show some wear, but have plenty of life in them. Tortoise headstock overlay & unoriginal Grover Rotomatic tuners in perfect working condition. 1 11/16" nut width; 24 3/4" scale length. Neck is straight & truss rod works fine.

Body: Single-cutaway, thin hollow body in sunburst finish. Spruce top with dual F-holes. Nickel trapeze tailpiece with floating rosewood bridge. Tortoise pickguard & bound top & back. Maple back & sides with some light flame figuring. Guitar weighs 6 lbs 3.2 oz.

Electronics: Dual single coils with "black diamond" tops & 3-way toggle switch. Dual volume & tone controls with unoriginal gold speed knobs.

Case: Unoriginal Epiphone hardshell case included.