1940's Harmony Round-Up ON HOLD
1940's Harmony Round-up in good condition with a fair amount of wear and repairs throughout the instrument. David Sheppard had previously X-braced the body as well as reset the neck, replaced the tuners and added a rosewood bridge. This guitar was constructed with a spruce top, birch body, basswood neck, ebonized fingerboard and a new rosewood bridge. This guitar has 14 7/8" body width, just smaller than an OM, 25 1/4" scale length, 1.78" nut width, 1.00" thickness at the first fret, 1.24" thickness at the twelfth fret, and weighs 3.40 lbs exactly. This guitar comes with a non-original hardshell case.