The Harmony guitar book you have all been waiting for is now here.

Read all about the guitars we love in the first printing of the book the cronicles the history and the guitars produced by this USA guitar maker.

Over the years the Harmony style of making guitars evolved just like the rest of the manufactures.

The pre-war guitars, through the 40's, had clubbier necks. Some of the Archtops had a bigger paddle like headstock similar to the evolution of Gretsch Guitars.

They supplied many of the big mail order catalogues through the years.

Sears marketed many of the Harmony instruments under the Silvertone label.

What is known about one of the most prolific manufactures of guitars in this country?

There has been a lot written about the Harmony Guitar Company, but there isn't a lot of information on these guitars. Many a guitar student started on one of their student instruments.

Established in 1892, one of the largest manufacturers of student guitars rivaled only by the likes of Kay, they produced countless numbers of instruments.

Surviving up until the time the import manufacturers took over the market, Harmonys were everywhere.

The last new (old stock) American made acoustic finally was sold around 1980.