"Happy New Year's Eve fellow HarpTone enthusiasts- there a high grade Harptone Eagle E6-N - Spruce /mahogany dreadnaught looks like a '67- the seller thinks it might be a '70's- since it has a narrower bridge- reasonable buy…"
"Nice Sultan Taya. I've been looking for one for my collection. They're hard to find.
Note put a drop of light oil on top of the rods/ nuts and let sit for a day. It will prevent shearing the nut when you do need to adjust the…"
"i was pleasantly surprised to discover a double truss rodd on my S-6NC after removing the truss cover for the 1st time- the neck looks perfect so I did not attempt to adjust them- what a guitar~! very resonant- light- warm spirited…"
"A little info on dating your Standel and Harptone guitar.
Standels, both acoustic and electric.
If label says Harptone- 1967
If label says Standel- 1968
All acoustics start at 2000 and ends around 2700 in 1971. restarts at 2000 until company sold in…"
" It's been a long time since I last viewed this web pages. I need to do a little followup and updating.
I started my Facebook page a little over 3 years ago. We reached 100 members as of last November, (2015). the last 7 months has seen…"
"Hi Standel, I’ve also posted this question on Eric Stanton’s Harpetone page on Facebook. You also have knowledge about guitars made at the Harptone Facility in Newark, NJ. I did an internet search of my Conn F-65 12 string. I…"
Yeah. The market has been really slow for the last 4 years. One major problem is there are so few of them that there is no real collectors market for them. I've seen a lot sit forever on Gbase.com at $1000+. The current market price for the acoustics are around $300 to $800 depending on condiction.