This is a 1967 Harmony H54 Rocket, also branded "Heath" on the pickguard, under the Harmony logo, as these guitars were sometimes sold with Heath Kit amps. The guitar is a time capsule piece. It looks as thought the original owner bought it and then stuck it in the closet and almost never touched it. We have never seen one in this good of condition. The plastics all still look white, almost no yellowing, and all the logos are completely intact. The mustache gold foil pickups sound incredible. We are selling this guitar with the old period correct strings with a wound G string. The guitar has a nice medium low action, and the strings ring out clearly across the board. It includes the original chipboard case. There are very few scratches or dings on this guitar. The only thing that we saw to point out is some residue on the back of the neck and both horns of the upper bout(pictured) from where the guitar has been sitting in the case for a long time. This could probably be buffed off easily, but the customer didn't want us to risk wearing down the finish. These guitars keep increasing in collectability and value, and this one is in such good shape that it is a perfect collectable, but it is also a great candidate for someone who wants a great example of this model to play.