This guitar comes from the Max Amberger workshop and was manufactured in 1923. Max Amberger himself had lived from 1838 until 1889 and was a Munich instrument maker. His company, which was founded around 1860, concentrated mainly on the construction of violins, guitars and zithers. After his death his son, Henry Amberger, took charge of his father’s company and later, when the son died as well, H. Amberger’s widow continued to operate the business. In the year 1921 the company was taken over by Hermann Hauser I. The top of this wappen guitar is made of German spruce wood. The bridge is not original. The two-piece back and the sides are made of beech wood. A hardshell case is included.
|Year of construction:||1923|
|Back and sides:||Beech wood|