By 1915 they were the largest manufacturer of ukuleles in America.They not only made ukuleles and banjos but they had a whole line of these folk instruments.My first guitar was a Harmony acoustic and learning to play guitar was inspired by one of these student instruments. I alwaysloved the look of the Black Sovereign with white pickguard that hung in the store.
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At the height of the guitar boom in the 60's, they were making close to 1000 guitars a day and finding their way into many American homes.
Harmony was one of the largest manufactures of musical instruments.
Along with manufactures like Kay and Regal, Harmony supplied a lot of instruments over the years.
I have had many other type of instruments made by Harmony.
I remember playing that little "O'" style guitar, jamming on a California beach.
I was always impressed by how it was able to project and carry a tune, given the circumstances. The Harmony name was a registered Trademark # 627412.
After all, Sears owned this Chicago guitar company.
These instruments were the same Harmony made instruments except for the label and accounted for almost half of the instruments made. There were also a large number of "House Brands" made by Harmony.
How many beginning players had a sunburst Stella by Harmony to learn on?