Harmony Guitars are back but these are far from the student models of the 1950s. These are REAL guitars that will last a lifetime. The Harmony Silhouette Electric Guitar in Slate offers a small and comfortable body but thanks to a pair of Minibucker pickups dressed up like gold foils, it is NOT small on tone!
How is a guitar being made in the USA for this kind of money? The folks at Harmony are picking high-quality tonewoods, investing in quality hardware, and building like they have something to prove. And they do! That these AREN'T like the old Harmony Guitars but are far better than anything bearing the name before them.
The recipe for the Silhouette begins with an alder body. This is a revered tonewood mostly used by Fender on all their instruments once the 1960s hit. The neck is made from Maple and then topped with an Ebony Fingerboard. The neck itself is carved to a full feeling C shape. It is topped with an ebony fingerboard that has a 12" radius and 22 medium-jumbo frets installed in it.
A Pair of Goldfoil Minibucker Pickups make this one inspiring guitar to play when plugged in. They have 3 distinct sounds, all musical, all usable, and very easy to find what you are looking for. They are bright, with an open sounding top-end. They respond very well to the player's touch and volume and tone changes. A 3-way toggle switches through the pickups and the master volume and tone controls make finding your sound easy-peasy.
Want something new but old? Retro but Modern? Check out Harmony Guitars! When we heard about all the features packed into the affordable guitars, we jumped at the chance to become dealers. Call or stop by to learn more about this amazing guitar line!