Richard Jacob Weissgerber – 1932

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Product Description

Richard Jacob Weissgerber has built around 3500 instruments of unique beauty. During the first years he also sold instruments to middlemen, which attached their own labels to the guitars. This guitar from the later period was made in 1932 and corresponds to the typical Concert-Model of the late 1920’s. Miguel Llobet said about his guitars: “This is one of the few German guitars with a Spanish sound”. The top of this guitar is made of spruce and back and the sides are made of maple. The tuning-machines are original. A hard-shell case is included.

Luthier: Richard Jacob Weissgerber
Construction year: 1932
Top: Spruce
Back and sides: Maple
Scale: 624 mm
Nut: 49 mm

Additional information

Boden & Zargen

Finish

Mensur

Deckenholz

Baujahr

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