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  • Hermann Hauser® I – 1934 63 cm ON HOLD

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  • Hermann Hauser® I – 1926

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  • Hermann Hauser® I – 1918 Guadagnini Model 64 cm

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  • Hermann Hauser® I – Lute 1913

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  • Braun & Hauser – ca. 1900-1906

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  • Hermann Hauser I – 1927 “Segovia Model” ex Adi Haug

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  • Hermann Hauser® I – 1925 62 cm

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1924

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1921

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – Vienna Modell 1928

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1923 Contraguitar

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1914

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1920

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1921

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1912

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – Terz 1922

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1913

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – Viennese Model 1920

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1934

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1909 Contraguitar

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – Guadagnini Model 1918

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1929

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1921

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  • Hermann Hauser ® I – 1924

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Hermann Hauser I – A Legacy in Guitar Making

Introduction: Hermann Hauser I, a luminary in the world of guitar craftsmanship, left an indelible mark on the art of guitar making. Building upon the foundations laid by his father Josef Hauser, Hermann Hauser I’s journey from apprentice to master guitar maker was one of innovation and dedication.

A Musical Legacy: The Hauser family’s connection to music and instruments was evident early on, as Josef Hauser, Hermann’s father, crafted zithers, guitars, and violins in his workshop. The family’s musical pursuits extended to music retail and composition as well. Hermann Hauser I’s journey commenced as he learned the art of zither making under his father’s guidance. Like his sister Marie, who became a guitar and lute teacher, Hermann’s musical education flourished under the tutelage of Munich chamber virtuoso Josef Wimmer.

Contributions to the Guitar Movement: Hermann Hauser I’s influence extended beyond his workshop. As a member of the “Gitarristische Vereinigung München” (Guitarist Association Munich) from 1909, he played an active role in the guitar movement. His participation in the Munich Guitar Quartet, alongside Fritz Bük, Mela Feuerlein, and Hans Tempel, further solidified his position within the guitar community.

Crafting a Legacy: Initially working at Braun & Hauser, the successor to his father’s company, Hermann Hauser I’s skills as a guitar and zither maker flourished. The commercial success of his instruments allowed him to acquire Max Amberger’s firm in 1921, where he continued crafting zithers. In guitar making, Hermann Hauser I developed a unique style, blending elements from Antonio de Torres’ designs and construction techniques with his own insights. Notably, he patented innovations in soundboard construction and neck-body connections between 1920 and 1930.

International Acclaim: The turning point for the “Hermann Hauser” brand arrived in 1937 when acclaimed Spanish guitarist Andrés Segovia switched from a Manuel Ramírez guitar to a Hermann Hauser guitar, catalyzing the brand’s international recognition. Esteemed British guitarist Julian Bream also played a Hermann Hauser I guitar from 1936 to 1947, followed by a Hauser guitar crafted by Hermann Hauser II around 1960.

A Legacy Continues: Following the passing of his wife Emma in 1943, Hermann Hauser I took over her string manufacturing business in Munich until 1944. Battling asthma, he moved to Reisbach in Lower Bavaria in 1946, where he married Karolina Felizitas. After Hermann Hauser I’s passing, his legacy was carried forward by his son Hermann Hauser II (1911-1988) and later by his grandson Hermann Hauser III. The family tradition continues, with Hermann Hauser III’s daughter, Kathrin Hauser, contributing as a guitar maker in the Reisbach workshop since 2010.

Conclusion: Hermann Hauser I’s contribution to guitar making echoes through generations. His dedication to craftsmanship, innovative spirit, and musical sensibilities shaped the foundation upon which the Hauser legacy thrived. His guitars continue to be cherished by musicians and collectors, resonating with the harmonies of the past while paving the way for the future of guitar craftsmanship.

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