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In Stock - SKU: GUCLHAU-08123 - Kathrin Hauser

Kathrin Hauser is the fifth generation builder of the Hauser workshop which has maintained the tradition of guitarmaking that captures the sound and aesthetic of the "teutonic" style, as initially established by her great-grandfather, Hermann Hauser I and transmitted through her grandfather, Hermann Hauser II and father Hermann Hauser III. Although it is one of the most iconic (and copied) styles since its inception, it should be no surprise that this "Segovia" model has been so faithfully preserved by this workshop - indeed Kathrin and her father work in the same location as both Hermann Hauser I and II, using many of the same tools, and even woods that were acquired by their paternal predecessors. This guitar features a beautifully aged spruce top covered in gorgeous bearclaw, matched with high-grade, quarter-sawn Indian rosewood for the back and sides. Sound-wise, it has all the classic Hauser qualities - great balance, evenness of sustain and supreme clarity. Trebles are lyrical, basses sturdy and deep, overall resulting in a timelessly beautiful quality of sound.

Orfeo article on Hauser III, Blochinger and Ober

2022 Kathrin Hauser "Segovia" SP/IN

Year 2022
Top Spruce
Back & Sides Indian Rosewood
Scale Length 645 mm
Nut width 52.5 mm
Finish Lacquer
Country Germany
Condition New
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Kathrin Hauser is the fifth generation builder of the Hauser workshop which has maintained the tradition of guitarmaking that captures the sound and aesthetic of the "teutonic" style, as initially established by her great-grandfather, Hermann Hauser I and transmitted through her grandfather, Hermann Hauser II and father Hermann Hauser III. Although it is one of the most iconic (and copied) styles since its inception, it should be no surprise that this "Segovia" model has been so faithfully preserved by this workshop - indeed Kathrin and her father work in the same location as both Hermann Hauser I and II, using many of the same tools, and even woods that were acquired by their paternal predecessors. This guitar features a beautifully aged spruce top covered in gorgeous bearclaw, matched with high-grade, quarter-sawn Indian rosewood for the back and sides. Sound-wise, it has all the classic Hauser qualities - great balance, evenness of sustain and supreme clarity. Trebles are lyrical, basses sturdy and deep, overall resulting in a timelessly beautiful quality of sound.

Orfeo article on Hauser III, Blochinger and Ober

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