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Hermann Hauser® I – 1918 Guadagnini Model 64 cm

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Hermann Hauser® I as a German luthier, holds a leading position among luthiers worldwide. He took over the instrument workshop of his father while Josef Hauser® was still managing the music publishing house. Hermann Hauser® I specialised in making lutes and guitars but also remained true to the construction of zithers. In the context of the Guitaristic Movement in Bavaria, Hermann Hauser® I built a large number of different guitars; in particular the Vienna models and the Munich models in all kinds of forms, but all in absolute perfection. The Terz, Prim and the very rare Quintbass guitars of Hermann Hauser® I are of highest quality. Even today, the sound of those instruments is still unsurpassed. Based on his special virtuosity, Hermann Hauser® I developed technical, patented innovations in the area of construction of the guitar’s tops and body-neck connections. The Spanish virtuosi Miguel Llobet and Andres Segovia became attentive to Hermann Hauser® I’s art of making guitars at the beginning of the 20th century.

This guitar by Hermann Hauser® I was inspired by a model which was constructed by Guadagnini. This beautiful guitar has a spruce soundboard with dark brown colored wooden purfling and rosette, which were amazingly executed. Meanwhile, the back and sides have simple flammed maple that adds to this guitar’s simple yet elegant look. The headstock is eight-shaped, has six wooden pegs, and is connected with the neck by a mortise joint. The guitar has two cracks on the upper bout and two on the lower bout that was repaired professionally and is in very stable condition. This guitar will easily fulfill the excitement of the 19th centuries music performers and an excellent chance to have an important historical guitar at a very attractive price.

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Luthier: Hermann Hauser® I
Construction year: 1918
Top: Spruce
Back and sides: Maple
Scale: 640 mm
Nut: 46 mm
Weight: 1275 grams
Air body frequency: B
Tuners: Pegs
Strings: Knobloch BI nylon low tension EDB 31,5
Case: Hiscox Pro II “Siccas Guitars” Edition
Condition: Very good

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