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Here's a 1970 Harmony Batwing Mandolin in excellent condition. Harmony's H35 Electric Mandolin, called "Batwing" because of its odd shape, was the top of the line electric mandolin made by Harmony. It has a hollow body made of maple and a spruce top combined with a maple neck with rosewood fretboard and pearl-block inlays. The built in Gold Foil pickup has been designed by DeArmond and sounds great. The "Batwing" became famous when played by John Paul Jones in the mid 70s. 1x Volume and 1x Tone control.



  • Maple body w/venetian cutaway
  • Arched spruce top w/2 F-holes
  • 1-piece maple neck
  • Bound rosewood fretboard w/ 20 frets
  • 1-3/16" nut width, ~14" scale
  • Single-ply binding
  • Adjustable, compensated rosewood bridge
  • 1x DeArmond pickup, one volume and one tone control
  • 2x4 Tuners on a stripe


Ships from Athens, Georgia.

1970 Harmony Batwing

Excluding Sales Tax
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