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  • Harmony Stella H6134 Parlor Guitar

    How much would you pay for one of these? Someone on craigslist is offering me one with a gigbag for $250, which seems a bit steep to me.
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  • #2
    Harmony Stellas are not the legendary Stellas of the 1930's. However a few people like them for bluesy sort of stuff. With an absolutely perfect neck angle I would say it might be worth a hundred bucks or so, if the neck angle is not good you've got a pretty bad slide guitar that really isn't worth much of anything.

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    • #3
      Freeman is pretty accurate in his assessment.
      God(s) bless the rest of the world(s), too

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      • #4
        Yeah, they're not really worth much more than $75-100. For some reason, people have really been asking a lot for old Harmonies and Stellas lately.
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        • #5
          Yeah, they're not really worth much more than $75-100. For some reason, people have really been asking a lot for old Harmonies and Stellas lately.


          Yeah, I was really surprised when the guy said $250. I mean, I like old Harmonys/Stellas and they have character and all, but $250? For $250 or a little more, I could grab myself a nice lawsuit-era guitar.
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          • #6
            Im kinda in the frame of mind of Harmonys being 50 to 75 bucks -guess that shows my age .At the time they were that price i though of them being over priced .
            But I see them on the net for 3 to 5 hundred dollars , its like i was in a coma and now everyone likes these 60's cheap guitars all of a sudden .
            But back around that time you could buy great guitars , used Martins, Guilds and Gibsons for 2-3 hundred used -( im not kidding )

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            • #7
              I've been pining away for sometime for a parlor size Harmony/Stella but I refuse to pay anything more than $100.00 for one. As far as I'm concern paying a c note is too much. Some how the folks over at evil- eBay have convince some these guitars are worth a couple hundred. No.
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              Stackabones
              What's "campfire good"? I've been around some campfires where the players were pretty good.








              outdoorgb
              So if that is "campfire good"...and that is my goal...Then I guess I'll stick to "candle good" until I improve...

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              • #8
                Yeah, the price seems silly to me.

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                • #9
                  For $299 you purchase a new Art & Lutherie Ami cedar top parlor including case
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