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Are there any other markings on the guitar that may identify a model number? In your case "9457H7047", the model number should be "H 7047", of which I do not have a listing for.

All Harmony models that I have listings for begin with the letter "H" and are followed by 2, 3, or 4 additional numbers.

It is the only 4-String Tenor listed and it was discontinued in 1972. Hope this helps a tad, kcbuck By entering this site you declare you read and agreed to the Site Terms, acknowledged our Privacy Policy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility.

Regards, kcbuck Frank: Based upon the pictures this Tenor guitar may be the "Harmony HTG 1201 Tenor Guitar". Cond: 0.00 to 0.00 USDThe list listed MSRP for this model back in the day is .50 USD.

Maybe the glue ( hide glue) came loose while the guitarwas stored in too hot temperature conditions. Using light gauge and tuning in DADGAD ( lower tension) combined withhumifier in the soundhole, the belly at the bride started to sink. I think that you should DEFINITELY get the bridge reglued, and considera new bridge patch as well.

Would I risk to take the bolts off ( after removing the strings), andrestringing carefully after checking the bridge fixation? Cripes, it might be worth it to do what Mike Dotson on MIMForum did a while ago - he took an old Harmony 1203,took the top off, thicknessed it, and rebuilt it with X-bracing. I've done that to a 1260 and it was verygood afterwards...I have seen many Harmony guitars with bolts (as well as glue) holdingthe bridge down, and am certain that the factory did this on someexamples.

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