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Hauser, 1937

PLANHauser1937200Segovia called this the "guitar of the epoch". Shortly before his death, Segovia donated this instrument to the Metropolitan Museum in New York. R.E. Brune had the opportunity to study, measure, and photograph this important historical guitar in December 1991. Brune originally offered this plan as a hand drawn 2 sheet plan which was difficult for new builders to use. The plan was completely re-worked by the Guild of American Luthiers. It is a two page technical drawing that is easy to read and exceptionally detailed.

DIMENSIONS
Body length 485 mm
Waist 235 mm
Upper bout 279 mm
Lower bout 365 mm
Body depth 98 mm
Overall length 978 mm
Scale length 650 mm
# of frets 19