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Harmony H620

Harmony marked a happy return to NAMM with, among other things, this H620. It's a very pretty piece of streamline amp design. But the vintage feel is more than skin deep. The 20-watt, 1x12 combo has a bright, ready-to-pounce, reactivity and a spring reverb that sounds expansive and spacy with a really amazing "thinness" (yes, me mean that as a major complement) that lends a load of extra mid-century sonic flavor. It's packing tremolo too--all at a very nice $649 MAP price. There are also 50 watt and 5 watt models in the line.

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