During the 1960’s, the Harmony Guitar Company was at its peak, supplying the U.S. with affordable, Chicago-made instruments that helped a generation of guitar players get off the ground and find their tune. Nowadays, players and collectors alike have grown to revere these guitars for their interesting designs and unique tone. It’s too bad the affordable guitars of today aren’t as cool as their U.S.-made predecessors.
This 1967 Harmony Rocket H54 is in remarkably clean condition for a vintage guitar. It is a great example of the single-cutaway Rocket model, featuring fully-hollow construction and two DeArmond “Mustache” Gold Foil pickups. There’s a reason these pickups are so sought after for project guitars—they totally wail! This is a very cool vintage archtop guitar, and it includes its original chipboard case and original hang tags. We’ll probably never see another ’60s Rocket this clean!
Please call (970) 728-9592 or send us an e-mail, and we’ll tell you more with the guitar in hand.