Biblioteca de la Guitarra y Cuerda Pulsada

Biblioteca de la Guitarra y Cuerda Pulsada

Autor: Mr. David Schramm, Clovis

The Definitive Elements of the Hermann Hauser Spanish Guitar


The Hermann Hauser Spanish guitar is one of the most copied guitars of today. Visit any hand-made guitar dealer and you will find many luthiers from around the world who build what they call a “Hauser” model. Why is it so popular? Andres Segovia called his 1937 Hauser Sr. guitar, “the guitar of our epoch.” Guitar historian Richard Brune rated the guitars of Hermann Hauser, Sr., as number two out of the top ten collectable gut strung guitars. What is it exactly that makes a guitar a “Hauser” copy? In most cases the so-called “Hauser” models emulated by other luthiers have very little in common with the Hauser original. In my research I have discovered elements of construction, aesthetic and sound that I feel define the Hauser instrument. Scholarly examinations of the Hauser guitar’ s defining elements are in order to better understand what exactly is a Hauser style guitar. Potential buyers of such a model need to be informed, so as not to be persuaded by the title...

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