The Viennesse guitars by Hermann Hauser I are known to be instruments that are easy to play. In addition to that, they have a powerful sound and a long lasting resonance. The two-piece top is made of spruce wood and is framed by dark and light purflings, just like the soundhole as well. The two-piece back and the ribs are made of strongly flamed maple.The head is connected to the neck in the German style. The neck is screwed to the guitar’s body and is individually adjustable. The fingerboard has a zero fret and protrudes the soundhole.