1971 Hermann Hauser II #910 Spruce CSA
|Model||1971 Hermann Hauser II #910 Spruce CSA Llobet Model|
|Condition||Pre-Owned in Excellent Condition|
|Finish||Lacquered in the Hauser Style|
|Tuners||Custom High End Tuners – I believe these are made by Reischl – MOP|
|Case||Visesnut Active Series HSC|
|Top||Select Master Grade German Spruce|
|Head Plate||Rio Rosewood|
|Fingerboard||Ebony – Canted|
|Binding||Snakewoods, Maples, Ebony|
|String Spacing||44.5mm – 50.5mm – 57.5mm at 1st fret – 12th fret – saddle|
|Overall length||37 7/8″|
|Body length||18 1/2″|
|Upper bout width||10 3/8″|
|Lower bout width||13 1/4″|
|Waist width||8 7/8″|
|Body depths||3 1/16″ & 4″|
|Weight||3lb & 6oz.|
|Action||4.1mm to 3.2mm Low E to High E unfretted at 12th fret|
|CITES||Eligible but not recommended due to transport issues in general|
1971 Hermann Hauser II #910 Spruce CSA
Another magnificent example of work by the old masters. Hermann Hauser II ranks, in my opinion, among the best of them, and this guitar shows us why. I don’t believe it necessary to go on and on about the quality of sound and play emanating from this guitar. I have been fortunate to own many of Hauser II guitars, and have seen quite a few more, from the grandfather to Hermann the III. They are all mostly exemplary but Hermann II was very consistent. Clearly an investment as well as a player’s guitar. She has an exquisite voice, capable of most anything you might desire.
The guitar has had 2 owners, who took very good care of the guitar. Bob Desmond (luthier extraordinaire) of Orlando Florida was the last owner for the last 2.5 years, studying it thoroughly, using it for his own experimentation for his own guitars.
Issues with the guitar? None … She is in excellent condition.
Setup is sort of moderate, at 4.1mm low E 12th fret, but the string break is nice, the power is evident, and it’s not overly high in my opinion. She’s playing very nicely right now. The canted fingerboard is in beautiful shape, helping with required relief, yet keeping the neck straight.
The CSA is straight grained, as you would expect, with a beautiful reddish coloring throughout, with most attractive figuring. No issues at all on the back/sides. It is the literal definition of “eye candy”. The top is superb, bear clawed, translucent in appearance. Hermann II had a very good eye and ear for the best of tonewoods.
The guitar is considered a Llobet model by Hauser II, slightly smaller plantilla and body size overall.
Please note the following conditions:
Serious inquiries only. By appointment.
This classical guitar is now available for purchase. Bank Wire is the only option with this particular guitar. The price is non-negotiable. Thank you!
Please feel free to contact me if you wish to discuss. Rich 631-335-5447
I prefer to sell this guitar domestically, within US Borders.
I discourage International buyers, unless you are willing to come here yourself and take delivery personally. CITES paperwork is NOT available for this guitar, though it is eligible due to Pre-Convention Status.
The price is usually listed for clarity and transparency. I am not a big fan of “Please Inquire”, thus not wasting your time, but in this case and any instrument priced over $25K, I am listing as “Inquire”. I will say that the price is north of $50K as she is in Excellent Condition.
The guitar’s price is non-negotiable. There will be NO trades. All transactions will happen through bank wire. All buyer’s will be vetted by me. It will be shipped 1 Day Express via the USPS or UPS or FedEx. It can also be personally delivered (at cost of transportation, flight, charges, driving time, etc) or, you are free to schedule an appointment with me at the gallery to inspect and pick up the guitar personally. Thank you kindly in advance for your understanding and consideration.
Listening with high quality headphones or audio equipment is highly recommended including EQ manipulation, if possible. We record everything flat with just a touch of Reverb to relieve dryness. My goal is to record the guitar as realistically as is possible. I speak in the recordings, my thoughts about the guitar (and possibly other things?). My speaking also serves to give you my first impressions and to also give you a balance of the engineering (or lack thereof) versus the sound of the guitar. I simply do not have time to engineer much of anything. Thanks. Rich
MP3 Audio – 190918-Federica-1971 Hermann Hauser II #910 Spruce CSA Llobet-Legnani-Capriciio 28 – Federica Canta performing a short beautiful piece by Legnani – “Capriccio #28” – upcoming video will be uploaded below.
MP3 Audio – 191002-1971 Hermann Hauser II #910 Spruce CSA Llobet – I perform my latest composition, as yet untitled and a small discussion. It’s not very long or long-winded (as per unusual for me LOL), but it’s such a great guitar, it needs very little explanation.
My Solo Book of sheet music is available here if you’re interested.
Colin Fullerton plays Francesco Da Milano Ricercare LVII “La Compagna” on this 1971 Hermann Hauser II #910 Spruce CSA Llobet
Since requesting lessons at age six, Colin Fullerton has established himself as a classical guitarist of rarified sensitivity and dynamism. A winner of multiple competitions, his performances in solo and chamber settings have been heard across the United States and Europe. Competition highlights include recent first-prizes in the American String Teachers Association’s Senior Guitar Division, the East Carolina University Summer Guitar Festival College/Professional Division, and two second-place finishes in the Guitar Foundation of America’s International Young Guitarist Solo Competition. He’s active as both a teacher and performer in NYC, having played in such venues as Merkin Hall, National Sawdust, and Theater for the New City.
Federica Canta of Milan, Italy performing a short beautiful piece by Legnani – “Capriccio #28″ using the listed guitar. Beautiful!
Premium Single Arch Top or Double Arch HSC is always included in your purchase price.
Please NOTE: We will also consider hand delivering the instrument to you. She is very special, requiring the utmost in personal touch and care. Whatever it costs us to do this for you is what you will be charged. Flight, car (taxi), accommodations, time etc.
Please note again that International Shipping is NOT recommended. You will assume all risk if you choose to have the guitar shipped to you. Please read and click the link below.
Very Important: International Clients, including Canada…Please note that we will NOT accept PayPal or any CC as payment. All transactions must be finalized with Bank Wire Transfers for any amount over $1000 USD. Please see our discussion found here and scroll down to Customs – Duty and International Shipping . Thank you!
Packaging is professionally done within its hard-shell case.
It is always preferred that you come to the Studio to play it and pick it up.
All concert level guitars come with a standard accessory package including extras sets of strings, humidifier, headstock tuner, and more to help you care for and maintain your classical guitar. Rich
This classical guitar carries a Limited 3 Month Warranty from Savage Classical Guitar
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