The musical instrument pickups, effects units and amplifiers designed and manufactured
by Harry DeArmond and Bud Rowe and later by Steve Tosh in Toledo, Ohio, from the 1940s to the 1980s, through Rowe Industries Inc.,
H. N. Rowe & Company, Rowe DeArmond Inc., DeArmond Inc. and Tosh Electronics, all of Toledo, Ohio, USA.


This Swedish company was bought out by CF Martin in 1973, but before that, in the 1960s, they produced a range of archtop electrics which were fitted as standard with DeArmond pickups.

 This Levin guitar Model 315-M2, dated 1962, is fitted with two Model 2000 pickups finished in well-worn gold with black coil formers.  Note the difference in height between the two pickups.  Also note that the knobs are by DeArmond, as used at that time in their tube amps (photo copyright

The standard DeArmond Model 2000, gold-plated with a black insert, fitted in the Levin models 315, 340 and 350, as shown in their 1968 catalog

The Model 41 was fitted in the Levin model 360, as shown in their 1968 catalog

This un-numbered pickup that uses the same metal housing as the Model 2000 but with a central pole-piece arrangement very similar to the Model 210 flat-top attachable pickupwas fitted in some archtop electrics