Harmony Est. 1892 Model H90D (Deluxe) Japanese built? circa 1985 Rare Silverburst color 22 Frets Rosewood fretboard 4 Bolt neck Chrome Hardware Plastic Trapezoid Inlays Bone nut This isn't an American made Harmony but an Asian built Harmony (Est. 1892) LP copy. When Harmony went out of business, an Asian company bought the Harmony Est. 1892 name and started making guitars with this name. It's pretty cheaply built compared to real Harmony guitars from the 60's. Although the construction is nearly the same as the Fujigen built Ibanez PF100 & PF200 with the bolt on neck, Alder body and cheap veneer top wrapped over blocks of wood. It's not a carved top. It sounds hollow if you knock on it between the pickups. It doesn't sound very good mostly b/c the stock pickups sound like an AM radio set next to a microphone. We keep it around for sentimental reasons since he bought it from an old friend of ours who's in his 80's now. The boy was rummaging through his collection of 30+ guitars (mostly vintage Peaveys) and came across this. He was looking for his first LP and he loved the Silverburst so he eventually talked him out of it. We've seen this same model before online but only in the Vintage Sunburst color, never in the Silverburst. We've talked about upgrading pickups and getting it playing again but for now it sits in it's OHSC.