This instrument by Hermann Hauser I is one of two worldwide existing guitar models that were built and played by Miguel Llobet after Miguel Llobet visited Hermann Hauser I in 1913. Miguel Llobet is one of the most important representatives of Tarrega’s school.
The top is constructed in two pieces and framed by a dark wooden purfling. The soundhole decoration consists of a bold and dark edging which is surrounded by light and dark chippings. The innermost part of the decoration around the soundhole is a dark wooden purfling. The back is made of one piece and is made like the sides of flamed maple. A German neck spine connects the head with the neck and a coating of clear varnish accentuates the grain of the neck’s maple wood.