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In this photo, Lianne La Havas can be seen playing a Harmony Alden H45 Stratotone. In [this Guitar World interview](http://www.guitarworld.com/blogs/guitar-girld-your-love-big-enough-lianne-la-havas/%0916497), when asked about her guitars, she makes reference to what could *possibly* be this guitar. In various photos of her playing live, a Danelectro does not make an appearance, leading to the conclusion that she's actually talking about her Hamony Alden Stratotone: > "My guitar is a Danelectro, and it’s a Silvertone model from 1964, and it’s a hollow body. And I found it in a little store in New York in the Lower East Side called [Rivington Guitars](http://rivingtonguitars.com/). I had two other electric guitars before that. But this was the first time that I saved up money to buy specifically a guitar that I would really like to play. And I found that one through the guy in the shop, and he just brought it to me. I never would’ve picked it out just looking at it. Actually, I can’t imagine playing any other guitar now. It feels like I’ve owned it for a lot longer than I have. I’ve had it for a year now, and it’s my favorite."more
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