German Vazquez Rubio's most sought-after concert model is an inspired interpretation of the venerable Hermann Hauser instruments from the 1930s. Featuring a French polished, shellac finish over a German spruce top and Indian Rosewood back and sides, GVR's Hauser balances lightweight, quick attack with dynamic power and alluring tonal complexity. A deeply expressive, concert-level instrument and house favorite model from a modern master luthier.
Priced with hard case.
Hear Asmund Erickson play Agustín Barrios-Mangoré's "La Catedral: 1st Movement - Preludio Saudade, recorded through our house-fave condenser microphone, the Samar TF-10."
- German spruce soundboard
- Indian Rosewood back and sides
- Cedar neck
- Ebony fingerboard
- Rosewood bridge
- Bone nut & saddle
- 650mm scale, 52mm nut width
- French polish of shellac finish