Back at NAMM 2018, the beloved American brand – which unfortunately folded in the 70s –announced its return with three retro-styled guitars: Silhouette, Rebel and Jupiter. This year, Harmony added a fourth solidbody to the Standard Series, called the Juno. Stepping things up once again, the brand has unveiled that all four of these guitars will receive a limited-edition flame maple top treatment, along with five nitrocellulose finishes: Transparent Red, Transparent Black, Transparent Brown, Transparent Blue and Vintage Natural.
Each instrument ships with a MONO case. Available in spring, the Silhouette, Rebel and Jupiter will go for $1,399 while the Juno will go for $1,299. Very limited quantities of each guitar will be available.
In other news, Harmony also recently announced its first semi-hollow since the brand’s relaunch. Named the Comet, the guitar was based off the Harmony H-72, a classic model from the 60s. The guitar features a double-cutaway mahogany body, mahogany neck and 12-inch-radius ebony fretboard. It also has a pair of Harmony’s proprietary gold foil pickups and six-in-line tuners. The latter is another nod to the original H-72 model.
More information at harmony.co.