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Harmony (String Instruments) H76Published on 04/29/10 at 06:04
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Chicago USA in 1967
I think Saddle Corp
3 pickups DeArmon slecteur 3 and the same volume and power tonalitbr /> I MODEL H75 without Bigsby Otherwise it is the same

UTILIZATION

Channel rather round
good ergonomics not heavy
CASC in cool highs
Completely empty corp not like the ES335 or there is a pice of wood ..


SOUNDS

The sound of this guitar is great! We go from a sound criaar garage rock n roll super lens of "The Shadows of Knight - Gloria" to the blues sounds and wish the neck pickup is more for the Jazz Bossa etc. I think.
This guitar recess does not support the saturated fat is not done for a and then There's the problem of feedback happens very quickly...…
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Made in Chicago USA in 1967
I think Saddle Corp
3 pickups DeArmon slecteur 3 and the same volume and power tonalitbr /> I MODEL H75 without Bigsby Otherwise it is the same

UTILIZATION

Channel rather round
good ergonomics not heavy
CASC in cool highs
Completely empty corp not like the ES335 or there is a pice of wood ..


SOUNDS

The sound of this guitar is great! We go from a sound criaar garage rock n roll super lens of "The Shadows of Knight - Gloria" to the blues sounds and wish the neck pickup is more for the Jazz Bossa etc. I think.
This guitar recess does not support the saturated fat is not done for a and then There's the problem of feedback happens very quickly especially on transistor amps .. On a good amp AC lamp did not see anything getting feedback is the master ..
I play this guitar with a crybaby wah pedal and an electro harmonix 70's LPB2 (see review on this magic pedal) ..


OVERALL OPINION

What I like is the wide range of sounds that you get with this guitar for me it is between Gretsch, who use the same brand DeArmond pickups and a Gibson 335. I found it lacked a can sustain pedal but with the boost the pB rgl .. it is not even qd ES335 although the concurrent silent h75 The ES 335 at Harmony .
I bought it on ebay without having either tried or heard I loved his style and I've only read good reviews on Harmony Demont.je did it in a book to the States mate who got me then sent to France Imagine when I Reu.;)
I referrer that choice without hesitating I've had for a 500aine EUR J made of a pure case Plutt it sells in the 900 ..
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  • Manufacturer: Harmony (String Instruments)
  • Model: H76
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 03/29/2004

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Other names: h76, h 76

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