This is one of the rare Munich Models by Hermann Hauser I. The Munich Model is characterised by a slimmer design than the Viennesse models. The two-piece spruce top is framed by dark and light purflings. The same arrangement can be found around the sound hole as well. The fingerboard which is located on the body protrudes the sound hole. The eyes of the laughing bridge are decorated with mother of pearl inlays. The two-piece back and the two-piece ribs consist of maple. The guitar has a Viennesse neck-body connection which means that the neck is attached to the body by a screw. A result of this is that it is not only possible to remove the neck, but also to adjust the string’s height individually. The head is connected with the neck by a German neck spline.