2004 Robert Milburn #262 Spruce Malaysian Blackwood

$7,995.00

Hauser Classical Guitar Model built by the well know Milburn family!  Spruce with Blackwood in the Hauser fashion.

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Description

2004 Robert Milburn #262 Spruce Malaysian Blackwood

Features

Model2004 Robert Milburn #262 Spruce Malaysian Blackwood
ConditionPre-Owned in Excellent Condition –  see below
Scale650 mm
FinishFrench Polish – Shellac
TunersSloane Bronze Stippled Machines – Ebony Oval Buttons
CaseTKL Tweed Double Arch Hardshell Case

Tone Woods

TopSelect German Spruce – rare cut of wood
Sides/BackMalaysian Blackwood – deep, quite dark, rich looking
NeckBrazilian Cedar
BridgeRosewood
HeadplateBlackwood – front and back
BracingHauser Bracing 7 fan
FingerboardEbony

Measurements

Nut Width53mm
String Spacing43mm – 50mm- 58mm (1st – 12th – Bridge)
Overall length39 “
Body length 19 1/8″
Upper bout Width11″
Waist Width 9 3/8″
Lower bout Width 14 3/8″
Body depths3 5/8″ & 3 7/8″
Guitar Action4.1mm & 2.75mm at low E to high E, 12th fret, unfretted
Guitar Weight4 lbs & 0 oz
CITESNot Required for these woods – please read provided link to the left

2004 Robert Milburn #262 Spruce Malaysian Blackwood

Comments

This guitar was brought to me by a gentleman, whose brother passed, being the original owner of the guitar, who asked me to sell it for him.  We have a Brazilian RW example of the Milburn shop, where this guitar is equally splendid.  Hauser-ish as one would expect, it is a worthy consideration for the Hauser style of build and sound that one may be looking for in a concert guitar.  The woods are as old school as it gets, straight cut, German Spruce and straight grained Blackwood.  Truly beautiful woods, workmanship, just a superb guitar.

Action is accessible, play is solid, fast and soulful.  Musical expression at your fingertips.  We cleaned her up, polished the body and frets, where she is strung up with our Savage Classical Guitar High Tension Nylon 90lb. strings.  (We do not use Carbon Strings here in the shop.  All of our baselines are performed with Nylon 85lb or 90lb strings).  The action deviation is because of the standard canting of the quite straight neck, again, in the Hauser fashion, where the fingerboard is planed to a canted angle to allow for string clearance instead of a relief process in the actual neck.  4.1mm to 2.75mm is quite the deviation, but it works and quite well at that.

Condition is excellent.  There exists a minimum of honest play wear, a tiny ding in the lower bout top and a slight nail scratch upper bass bout of the top (you can actually see them in the front photos, because of the lighting and angles), where the back and sides are excellent.  The wooods are dark, truly dark.  I attempted to lighten up the photos of the back, but you can clearly see the deep rich dark chocolates of the wood.  Photos will tell you everything that we can see.

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The price includes the accompanying HSC and Our Personal Accessory Package

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Media

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 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 Audio231017-2004 Robert Milburn 262 Spruce Malaysian Blackwood – beautiful sounding, playing guitar with balance, voice and power.  Hauser-esque in her affect, voice and play.  Lovely guitar.  Love it.

My Solo Book of sheet music is available here if you’re interested.

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Shipping

Premium HSC is included in your purchase price.

Your listed Price does NOT include Shipping to the 50US

Please note that as a Global Statement for my site, for Tuning machines, Accessories, and most guitars, that Shipping is NOT Free any longer.  Costs have gone up dramatically.  Regardless of what or where you might read on the site, shipping is not free any longer.  Choose the least expensive method, if available, or Expedited if you want them quicker.  My apologies.  Rich

Please DO NOT Choose USPS Media Mail to ship a guitar or a Hard Shell Case – this shipping method is designed for Media, Books, CDS, DVDs, etc.  

Please  choose FedEx Home or Ground Delivery or any Expedited Method.  The more expensive a guitar, the more likely you should choose a 1 or 2 day method.  It’s pure common sense, especially when it is too hot or too cold outside.  

 I have added numerous options for you to choose the cost and method, including USPS Priority and Express, as well as FedEx options (we can substitute UPS for FedEx, simply indicate your preference in the Notes window at Check Out).  

Thank you!

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!Anywhere else is subject to the most recent quote from USPS
Please write to me for a detailed quote for International Shipping.

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.
Rich

Warranty

This classical guitar carries a 1 year warranty

Please read my Return Policy

Please inquire using email or phone (Contact Me)

Email me directly if you need more info: rich at savageclassical dot com

 

Additional information

Weight15 lbs
Dimensions46 × 19 × 9 in

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