PRE-ORDERED: RESTORATION IN PROGRESS (4) - ACOUSTIC BLUES VINTAGE PARLOR - HARMONY SILVERTONE STELLA H605 CHICAGO USA 1958 LADDER BRACED ALL SOLID BIRCH GUITAR - VTG1533.
Great Character, Really Excellent Condition, Good Action, Great Blues Tone & Volume! - "In the Workshop" for restoration & already "pre-ordered"!
£479
Intro
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Preliminary Details - Restoration to be Completed Listing - Showing photos of the guitar, prior to restoration, as it came in, all original & intact....well apart from missing endpin, but I have a few of those.

Update - 10/11/2020 - immediately reserved on pre-order for a customer in Lancashire!
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Description
Stock Number: VTG1533.

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Condition
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**** DIMENSIONS ****
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Sometimes these guitars are mistakenly described as three-quarter size - there is a three-quarter size version of the Stella H929 model (one of which I have in the workshop at present) which is much smaller, this being the full size model with standard Stella dimensions:-

Overall length - 36.25"/96cm., body with lower bout - 13.25"/33.5cm., upper bout - 9.5"/24.2cm., body length - 17.8"/45.2cm., body depth front - 3.25"/8.2cm., rear - 3.7"/9.3cm, with standard Stella/Harmony nut width of 1.75"/44.5mm. - just a tad wider than most modern acoustics - and a 24.25"/615mm scale.
Action, strings & cases
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**** YOUTUBE ****
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There are various demo clips of of the many & various branded models, all structurally identical to the original Stella H929 version, which you can see on YouTube....all of which Harmony produced under various mail-order/store company brandings, including Silvertone, for Sears, Airline for Montgomery Ward, and some Regal branded, by then the Regal name was owned/distributed by Fender. The embedded link below is is to YouTube clip...."Guitar rag - 1964 Stella parlor guitar" by "wsbluesbox" of some very nice playing on a slightly later Stella H929.

I have added additional YouTube clips as the two further links below. The first entitled "Sitting on top of the World - Harmony Regal parlour guitar" by "Deepriver100" on a Regal R200....same model as I also have available for restoration currently, and structurally identical to this, except that it has a non-standard fretwire saddled bridge. The second link below is to YouTube clip of a Stella H927, probably mid-'60s....the only difference is the natural blond finish...entitled "Vintage Harmony Stella H927 parlor guitar" by GBguitars.
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Useful links
Additional YouTube clip -Sitting on top of the World - Deepriver100
Additional YouTube clip - Vintage Harmony Stella H927 parlor guitar - GBguitars
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