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PRICE: 093017B Another old cowboy guitar finding new life in 2017, this Harmony made small body was originally offered as a “Lone Ranger" stencil guitar for the Canadian market.
A vintage amber burst vintage, all solid woods, updated bracing and a slotted headstock highlight its list of features.
The range is both acoustic and electric with one being borrowed by a local musician on a few occasions due to his love of its sound.
In January 1930 the Roy Smeck Grand Concert and Hawaiian models were unveiled.
Rebuild included updated top bracing, neckset with new rosewood bridge and compensated bone saddle.
PRICE: 9 110817C Once an early Hawaiian stencil guitar, this 0-size, 12-fret resembles the look, feel and tone of its close cousin, the First Hawaiian model made in OS’s New Jersey factory during the 1930s.
Rebuilt from the inside out, this guitar now offers some modern updates including an amber burst finish, X-braced top, maple back, radius’d rosewood fretboard with new frets and compensated bone saddle.
It has a nice bluesy punch to round off its virtues.
It’s versatile for different playing styles and offers nice projection with a flatpick.