Harley Benton ST-62LH BK Vintage Series

Electric Guitar

  • Lefthanded model
  • Body: Basswood
  • Neck: Maple
  • Neck attachment: Bolt-on
  • Fretboard: Pau Ferro
  • Neck profile: "C"
  • Fretboard radius: 350 mm
  • 22 Frets
  • Scale: 648 mm
  • Nut width: 42 mm
  • Double action truss rod
  • Pickups: 3 Roswell STA Alnico-5 Vintage single coils
  • Controls: 1 Volume, 2 Tone
  • 5-Way toggle switch
  • Pickguard: Tortoise
  • Hardware: Chrome deluxe
  • Synchronised tremolo system
  • Machine heads: Kluson-style
  • Strings: .009 - .042
  • Colour: Black high-gloss
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Further Information

Shape, Design ST-Style
Colour Black
Soundboard Basswood
Neck Maple
Fretboard Pau Ferro
number of strings 6
Frets 22
Scale 648 mm
Pickup System SSS
Tremolo Yes
Incl. Cases No
Incl. Gigbag No

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My first Harley Benton experience.
marctrem, 14.12.2017
I own several high end guitars such as a Fender American Standard Telecaster, an Ibanez AS93 hollow body and a Martin acoustic.

I've been interested in trying a Stratocaster type guitar but did not want to spend about 1000$ Canadian dollars for a MIM Fender Strat.

With that being said, i had heard about Harley Benton's over the last year and watched a bunch of youtube videos and decided to buy the St-62LH Vintage series. I paid 150$ plus 75$ for the shipping and it took 12 days to arrive.

I have to say I cannot believe how well this guitar plays and sounds for only 150$. If did however have some issues on arrival. I was expecting Wilkinson pickups as advertised on the site but it had Roswell pickups.

The fret-board was extremely dry and the strings were corroded. I had to change the strings and condition the fret board. There was also a little bit of cosmetic damage on the neck but i am not too concerned about that.

Once I did these changes and slightly fixed the intonation the guitar
plays great and sounds even better. It's too bad the quality control was lacking because I would have given this guitar 5 stars across the board. In terms of value for the money I don't think it can be beat.

Thomann please improve your quality control and ship what you advertise on your site. I am still nonetheless quite impressed and will probably make another Harley Benton purchase in the future.

Cheers
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What an awesome Guitar for Lefty's!
TonyG624, 26.11.2019
I am a new player, I bought a Fender Squire Telecaster at the suggestion of a local shop, It's fine...I just didn't fall in love with it. Then I saw some reviews on Harley Bentons that were very positive on Youtube so I ended up here. First off, I can't believe now that I have the guitar in my hand that it was so inexpensive even delivered to the US, I really enjoy playing this Guitar! I'm new so I don't have tons of experience but I do know this Guitar "Feels" right, no other way to explain it. I pick this guitar up every time, I will probably sell the Squire and get another HB, one thing that others have mentioned is the flatter fret board, it makes playing so much smoother for me. The only thing is the frets were a little rough, I smoothed then down with some fine grade sandpaper and now it's smooth. I would buy it again in a minute and will tell anyone who asks...Buy one, you won't regret it.
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Tagging, 07.05.2020
I am only a hobby guitarist but have in collection Gibson’s and fenders but I also have epiphones he Harley Bentons have always exceeded my expectations and this st62 plays as good if not better than most of my collection and on top off this is the price I don’t know how they can sell them for the price that they do but I am glad that they do
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Nice S type
Leftygaucher, 07.05.2018
Here is a well-made Strat type guitar with vintage-y looks coupled with a flat radius fingerboard preferred by shredders but not an old teenager like me.
Sounds good, plays good. No issues here.
Much lighter and much more comfortable to play than the Tele type Harley Bentons. The latter are almost always too heavy even though they're indicated to be built with basswood which is supposed to be a light wood. Go figure. (Same issue with the modern Hagstrom basses which are also made with basswood. Heavier than you'd expect.)
Great inexpensive guitars if you can stand that volume knob right by the strings which impedes your picking/strumming hand. I always remove and relocate the volume knob on Strats. Even if you're as good as Jimi Hendrix, you simply cannot palm mute and play closer to the bridge with that knob getting in your way.
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