30-Day Standard Exchange: Within 30 days from the date of purchase, GSI will exchange any guitar toward the purchase of any other instrument of equal or greater value. Providing the instrument is returned in original condition, the full purchase price will be credited.
2-Year ExchangePlus: Within two years from the date of purchase, GSI will exchange any guitar toward the purchase of any other instrument of equal or greater value. Providing the instrument is returned in original condition (less normal wear), 70% of the purchase price excluding tax will be credited.
Please note that guitars originally purchased through a trade-in deal (or any method that does not involve payment of the full purchase price) may not be eligible for the 2-year exchange policy.
Cordoba has chosen to honor four master luthiers whose work has shaped the history of the nylon string guitar over the past 150 years, inspiring generations of guitar builders. Each Master Series model is a replica of an iconic guitar representing significant moments in the careers of Antonio de Torres, Hermann Hauser I, Miguel Rodriguez, and Manuel Reyes. Handmade with premium materials in Cordoba's California workshop, they have partnered with Kenny Hill to examine the original guitars, poring over nuances and specifications to get inside the mind of each maker. The Master Series allows today’s players to get their hands on a slice of guitar history at a fraction of the cost.
This is the "Hauser" model, based on the iconic instrument built in 1937 by Hermann Hauser Sr, famously played by Andres Segovia for decades and now housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. This 1937 Hauser is one of the most admired guitars by luthiers, players and audiences in history, and this reproduction by Cordoba is done faithfully according to drawings that Kenny Hill has studied extensively and integrated into its design and production. The remarkable qualities of the sound are its perfect balance, crystal-like clarity between voices, bell-like trebles and sturdy basses. The guitar is very easy to play with a very comfortable neck shape and easy (but buzz resistant) action. Overall a great guitar in and of itself and a successful tribute to one of the great classics of history.
Note: Stock photos may be used for this model listing. The exact guitar pictured may no longer be available, and may differ slightly from current inventory. Please contact us with any questions.