The Juno name is one which demands a lot of clout in the music world, so it’s interesting to see that Harmony have chosen such a bestowed name for this new model. The guitar combines a small-sized mahogany body with a full 25″ scale neck, ensuring that it doesn’t feel like a small-scale instrument when in use, while a 22 fret ebony board allows for high-octane fretboard athletics and a bountiful tone.
In the electronics department, the Harmony Juno boasts two gold-foil P90 pickups, allowing for a gritty garage rock tone with plenty of heat on tap. Tones can be shaped via a three-way pickup switch and a single volume control, which can immediately recall a new pickup voicing via a push-pull functionality. Elsewhere, there’s a three-saddle compensated bridge to lock everything into place, as well as a choice between three very cool nitrocellulose finishes: Rose, Pearl White and Champagne.
Harmony Guitars are distributed by BandLab Technologies.