Baxendale Conversions

1960s Harmony H162 X Brace Conversion

Back & Sides:
Solid Mahogany
Solid Spruce
Lower Bout:
Scale Length:
Nut Width:
1 3/4"
Circa mid 1960s Harmony H162 transformed to a tone machine using Scott Baxendale and team's proprietary x-bracing method. Other work includes neck reset, fretboard re-radius, new frets, new Grover tuners, new rosewood bridge, new maple bridge plate, new bone nut and bone saddle, expert setup job, and other structural enhancements. This guitar has had multiple crack repairs and binding repair/replacement.  It is a little cosmetically rougher than some but sings beautifully! Scott Baxendale and team create a "new" and warrantied guitar with tons of vintage vibe given the seasoned and, in most cases, solid tone woods the guitars were built with. True "green guitar tech"!  Comes with new hardshell case.