Bernard Enzensperger – ca. 1834

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Product Description

This beautiful guitar built in Vienna around 1834 by Bernard Enzensperger is a fantastic instrument. It is in great condition and was restored by E. P. Hofmann. It is also shown in the book “Stauffer & Co” by Erik Pierre Hofmann, Pacal Mougin and Stefan Hackl on page 182/183. The top had six small perfectly repaired cracks and back and sides are in beautiful shape, free of cracks. Furthermore, the tuning pegs were replaced by very convenient Pegheds™. This guitar is perfectly playable and sounds gorgeous.

The rich and dynamic sound coming out of this small-sized instrument is just remarkable. The left-hand comfort is striking and playing the romantic repertoire on this instrument is dreamlike. Volume, clarity, precision of the notes, balance, this guitar really has it all.

Luthier: Bernard Enzensperger
Construction year: ca. 1834
Top: Top
Back and sides: Maple
Scale: 610 mm
Nut: 44 mm
Weight: 980 grams
Air resonance frequency: F

Additional information

Finish

,

Mensur

Deckenholz

Baujahr

Boden & Zargen

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