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❌SOLD❌ Harmony Rebel Solidbody Electric Guitar, Burgundy

❌SOLD❌  Harmony Rebel Solidbody Electric Guitar, Burgundy

The new Harmony Rebel solidbody electric marks the return of what was at one time of the world’s largest instrument manufacturers. Harmony dates back to 1892, was purchased by Sears, Roebuck & Co, in 1916 and were based in Chicago, Illinois. From the 1940s until closing in 1975 Harmony built millions of guitars, mandolins, banjos ukuleles and other instruments in the low, mid and professional ranges. These instruments were sold under a host of brand names including Silvertone, Stella, Harmony and Vogue.

New
Price: $1,799.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Harmony Jupiter Solidbody Champagne Finish

❌SOLD❌  Harmony Jupiter Solidbody Champagne Finish

Here’s the new Harmony Jupiter in a cool Champagne nitrocellulose lacquer finish – a retro solidbody guitar built in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The Harmony Jupiter’s classic looks and well-rounded tonality make it a perfect match for any style or genre. It uses premium body material – genuine mahogany – known for its deep and warm sound qualities; specially sourced for this guitar.

New
Price: $1,799.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Harmony Silhouette Solidbody Electric Guitar, Slate

❌SOLD❌  Harmony Silhouette Solidbody Electric Guitar, Slate

The new Harmony Silhouette offset solidbody electric marks the return of what was at one time of the world’s largest instrument manufacturers. Here we’re looking at a new offset body Harmony Silhouette in a lightly metallic Slate nitrocellulose lacquer finish on the body, while the neck has a natural clear coat. It uses a bolt-on neck construction, with the contoured body built of Alder and the neck of Maple.

New
Price: $1,799.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Gibson Les Paul Studio Lite M3 Trans Red, 1992

❌SOLD❌ Gibson Les Paul Studio Lite M3 Trans Red, 1992

The Gibson Les Paul Studio Lite M3, or M-III was built from 1992 to 1994, and featured an HSH pickup configuration, five way switch plus another toggle, and a lighter weight body. The lighter weight was achieved by chambering the body, then refilling the chambers with inserts of lighter wood. Gibson named the inserted wood ‘Chromyte’ after its latin name, Ochroma lagopus, but it’s more commonly referred to as Balsa.

Used
Price: $1,000.00 CAD

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