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Don't think they're anything all that special soundwise but are a cool period piece in guitar history. My friend had one in the early 70's. It was an ok guitar but is memorable because he went out to Kansas to visit a friend & brought back two pounds of ditchweed inside it. You could smoke that stuff all night & still not get high.
Special? Not really. When Harmony produced them in the sixties the best thing about them were they were one of the only models in the catalog still made in the USA. Most of their instrument lines had been moved to Japan including their mandolins and banjos. If you go to the stewmac page on YouTube Dale Erlewine restored three for a player and talked about some of the history and construction of those guitars a few years back