Gary Southwell, England
Hermann Hauser I 1940 (Augustime/Bream) Reproduction
New - expected February 2021
Price to be Determined
Overview: Performed upon by Julian Bream in his "Great Estates Tour" of England, these magnificent concert guitars have been designed, built and refined - starting in 1995 and extending over fourteen years - in close collaboration with the late, great master guitarist Julian Bream.

Fashioned after the vintage 1940 Rose Augustine Hermann Hauser I guitar that Julian Bream performed and recorded with towards the end of his international touring career - Southwell's beautiful Hauser I copies capture the essence of their illustrious progenitor (even down to the original instrument's soundboard and back tap tones) with uncanny accuracy.

Expect an aged Old World quality to this new guitar's elegant sound: profoundly deep basses, pure ringing trebles, wide color palette, excellent projection, superb playability. (Learn More about this classical guitar maker)

Dark brown/black straight grain Ind. sides and back, creamy close straight grain European spr. soundboard, beautiful ultra violet aged hand rubbed oil varnish finish, perfectly executed "V" graft head to neck joint, Rodgers L111 precision tuning machines (the finest in the world) with mother of pearl (not pictured) oval buttons, 650mm string length hardshell case.