Description: Electric Guitar - VINTAGE HARMONY ARCHTOP ELECTRIC 1969
This Harmony Archtop Electric, model number H1310, is not only in beautiful, collectable condition, but itís a player as well. It was owned and played professionally by John Bunzow, singer/songwriter and recording artist. John used the Harmony for live performances and for recording his last cd, Alive At O Connors.
Portland, Oregon native John Bunzow has been called one of the finest roots writers-musicians on the current music scene. His songs have been included in major motion pictures. As a musician, Bunzow has played Farm Aid and at the Grand Ole Opry. He has been featured in videos and programming on CMT. John has also played on countless recordings as a studio guitarist.
Bunzow has released three CDs. For more information on John Bunzow check out his website (Google John Bunzow).
This guitar was purchased by John in 02 from Broadway Music, Nashville, TN. There have been two significant modifications to this instrument. The original tailpiece was replaced with a Bigsby years ago (before John purchased it). In addition, Sperzel locking tuners were added when this instrument was given a professional fret job at Broadway Music. Thereís a small cosmetic flaw on the guitar face (by the left trem arm). Aside from that, this guitar is in immaculate condition. This was and is considered Harmonyís top of the line.
I have written documentation of this guitars ownership provided to me by John Bunzow, and it will be included with the purchase.
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