Early 1960's Harmony Stratotone / Silvertone 1420
aka The "Communist Bloc Les Paul" during the USSR era.
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Always place a soft barrier pad between a guitar and a trapeeze or other type of loose tailpieces, to prevent them from marking the guitar's finish.
Insert wires through the string post holes to prevent the post ferrules from falling out; Bend the ends back 180 degrees to keep them from puncturing fingers (ouch). Murphy's law guarantees that a player will turn the headstock over for any number of reasons while restringing a guitar, ...the ferrule falls out unknown, and once tealized the stringing is interrupted and put on hold while hours can be spent looking for the ferrule, especially if you moved about and don't where it fell out; And in the case of these Harmonys the ferrules are a tiny bit smaller than normal ferrules that require the string post holes be reamed wider so the ferrules will fit in. Much better to use this very simple trick to keep them from falling out. I use string end clippings that I save in a jar for many purposes.
As I progressively add strings I simply slip the safety wire out and keep a curved bend in them to keep them from sliding out of the string posts they're running through.
Here she is all strung up and ready to go .....before I found the jack's problem and had to open her back up (thankfully not having to destring her again but just loosen her strings a bit.
I installed .010 to .046 string gauges; A happy medium between genre styles.