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Hermann Hauser Classical Guitar 1933

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36 comments

  1. Wow, thank you for showcasing the guitar, and sharing your valuable knowledge. It is truly appreciated. Hello from Denmark.

  2. where it is possible to get this tiny rosewood that will fit in the hole ?

  3. Can I ask what the guitar case is. It is juat great.

  4. You too are a master Luther! I wish you were close to me. Thank you for your wonderful video.

  5. Very interesting to watch. :^)
    And to think, it was made in the year that Hitler came to power. :^(

  6. Was really waiting to hear all the notes up&down the strings and across.. maybe it's better to not awaken those desires.

  7. Great tutorial. I like your wooden hand made string relief feel gauge. I did not get in full the idea of the clear polycarbonate bar. Is there a groove at the measuring straight edge for the string to sit in? and also when you mentioned seeing the relief in the bar (reflection) ? it would be great if you would make a little video about that sometime. Thanks

  8. Wich distance between two strings?

  9. ja hier in münchen gebaut   in einem  historisch  bedeutsamen u. schrecklichem   u. jeder weiß was ich meine. year.  

  10. What size of fret wire is on the guitar?  They look narrow and tall.  I'm thinking about putting taller frets on mine.

  11. Like your maintenance approach to worn string holes. I have a 60 year old Vicente Sanchis flamenco blanca need the same repair. If I can secure some ebony shims, I may attempt the same fix.

    Rick

  12. interesting but not the correct way to solve this problem

  13. You sir, are fascinating. Great video.

  14. Mr. Lubos Naprstek,
    Please see me email thanks.

  15. Thank you very much for sharing your technique for improving the string angle. Ron Fernandez, Fernandez Music, Irvine, California.

  16. I've met him some month ago for an Interview (Hermann Hauser III.)
    He and his daughter are still making those very special guitars (but you have to wait about 5-6 years for it).
    It's in german, but here, if you want to see how they make it: /watch?v=0yRKbd-iVfw

  17. How much it cost for a guitar quality like this ?? Thanks first

  18. Hello Lubos,

    Very nice and informative video. Would ou consider sharing your measurements by writing up an article for the Guild of American Luthiers?

    Thank you,
    Steven D'Antonio
    The Luthier's Bench

  19. YOU MAY CONSIDER BAM CASES. THEY ARE VERY LIGHT AND PROTECTIVE. THE CASE IN THE VIDEO IS SUPER HEAVY. THEY WEIGH ABOUT 15 LBS. COMPARED TO THE BAM WHICH IS ONLY 4 LBS. IF YOU CARY THE HEAVY CASE TO THE CONCERT HALL AND PERFORM, YOU'LL NOT HAVE ANY ENERGY LEFT TO GIVE A GOOD RECITAL.

  20. Where did the wonderful case come from?? I want one!!

  21. Very informative. I learned a good way to get more out of a guitar bridge. I like the small tool used for checking for a high fret.

  22. I had to take up the slack out of one of my guitars. I checked the bridge and noticed that the holes above the string were elongated probably due to many string changes as you mentioned. I did your repair method and noticed that the strings sounded more crisp and brighter. Adding the CA glue also hardened the wood there which will now probably give me a longer service time in that area. Thank you very much. Joe

  23. I like this video thank you. I recently had one of these problems corrected thanks to your lesson.

  24. I think that the trebble string angle is still not enough for this guitar, it still could sound better. I think that the bridge is to high- Could it be consider to replace te bridge by a lower one where you could used a higher saddle? Thanks

  25. very interesting video. thanks for uploading

  26. I recently Met this great Luthier at Yale University at a "Guitar Extravaganza" and had the great joy of playing two of his wonderful instruments-One was his "HAUSER" model that was spectacular in every way! I have played on several Hausers and his was right on the money! Hausers are known for their clear and focused sound and Lubos duplicated that feat.The instrument was so even string to string and the response to touch was a joy to experience! BRAVO LUBOS! – Don Witter,Jr.

  27. Very Good, nice to watch. It was great to get confirmation on a special stringing technique I use to increase the angle of the string from the block to bridge. Kind of annoying compared to standard stringing but for Flamenco it is a great idea to increase the angle of attack. Thanks for this conciencious video.

  28. @brogless Thank you. Lubos

  29. @MrPickinbuddy Thank you Bill.
    Lubos

  30. Very nice work… Excellent luthier… I can learn alot from him…

  31. Nice Tool Lubos!!!! I think I've seen one like that before…. 🙂

  32. also a zero fret, intresting. thank you for the images

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