Hermann Hauser I 1927 - Viennese model


Hermann Hauser - classical guitar

 

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Germany - Reisbach

1927

64 cm

Épicéa

Maple

47,5 mm

Body length : 470 mm - Body width : 280/230/360 mm - Body depth : 70/78 mm

1 358 g

3/4 mm

Good (restaured by Erik-Pierre Hofmann)

 

On request

 

 

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Hermann Hauser Sr. (1882 - 1952) was the first guitar maker in the Hauser family. He began a tradition that has been maintained to this day. Originally in Munich, then in Reisbach, he built guitars on the Viennese and Munich models, but also Terz guitars and other traditional instruments associated with the musical culture of this part of Europe. In 1924, Andres Segovia, impressed by the quality of his work, offered him the opportunity to orient himself towards the Spanish tradition by drawing inspiration from his Manuel Ramirez of 1912 (built by Santos Hernandez) and Miguel Llobet's Torres FE09. This Viennese model guitar, built three years later, in 1927, has remarkable sound characteristics, allowing us to understand the reasons that motivated Segovia to take an interest in this luthier.


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