The Harmony Stratotone H44 is a real product of the American 1950’s aesthetic, with its metallic finish, ‘Stratotone’ name and atomic themed graphic on the headstock. It is built as a ‘neck through’ model, likely of poplar, with extra wood added to create the body shape. There is one pickup, in what is known as the ‘Hershey Bar’ design, with a plain cover and two rivets. For controls, there is a single volume and tone control, and a slider switch that slightly alters the brightness. The fingerboard and floating bridge are rosewood.
This is a VINTAGE guitar from 1955 being sold in 'All Original' condition.
Hardshell case included.