1965 Harmony H22
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1965 Harmony H22

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1965 Harmony H22, single-cutaway hollow body bass in good condition. Original sunburst finish. It comes with an acoustic bass gig bag. The finish is in good condition for a bass of this age, with only a few small scuffs and dings. The back of the neck has a little play wear and the headstock shows some wear around the edges. This bass plays and sounds great. For all you Small Faces fans it's worth knowing that this model was used by Ronnie Lane early on in the Small Faces career. 

This bass has been fully set up with a set of round wound strings. The neck is straight and the action is medium to low allowing for a smooth transition up and down the neck. The tone is fantastic. The frets are in great shape. There is one dot marker missing at the 19th fret. The pickup is stamped 1965. Nut width 44.75 mm. Depth at 1st fret 24.2 mm. Weight 6 lbs 2 oz.

 

Condition Good 8/10
Case Gigbag
Weight 6 lbs 2 oz

1965 Harmony H22, single-cutaway hollow body bass in good condition. Original sunburst finish. It comes with an acoustic bass gig bag. The finish is in good condition for a bass of this age, with only a few small scuffs and dings. The back of the neck has a little play wear and the headstock shows some wear around the edges. This bass plays and sounds great. For all you Small Faces fans it's worth knowing that this model was used by Ronnie Lane early on in the Small Faces career. 

This bass has been fully set up with a set of round wound strings. The neck is straight and the action is medium to low allowing for a smooth transition up and down the neck. The tone is fantastic. The frets are in great shape. There is one dot marker missing at the 19th fret. The pickup is stamped 1965. Nut width 44.75 mm. Depth at 1st fret 24.2 mm. Weight 6 lbs 2 oz.

 

Condition Good 8/10
Case Gigbag
Weight 6 lbs 2 oz