|Comments||Here we have a Kenny Hill Hauser ’37 Classical, 2009 model. This instrument has been well played and has a few marks, as French Polish finishes are prone to, but is in excellent structural condition.
Here’s what Kenny Hill has to say about this model:
|Serial Number||2880, built during 2009 at Kenny Hill’s shop in Ben Lomond, California, USA.|
|Pricing||$3,599.00 CAD with hardshell case.|
|Neck||Mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard. 650mm scale length with 51mm nut width.|
|Frets||Original frets with minor wear.|
|Body||Hauser ’37 style design and construction with European spruce top, Indian Rosewood back, sides,bridge and headplate.|
|Finish||Light lacquer French Polish finish with some wear – some scratches and dings on the top and dings on the sides. French Polish provides a very light, unrestrictive protective surface that lets the instrument resonate. It is a glossy finish but does not provide the ‘poured glass’ effect of modern heavy gloss finishes. You will see surface characteristics through the gloss – sinkage in pores and along grain lines. It’s also delicate compared to modern finishes, so it’s a bit easier to mark, but it’s also much more repairable should that be desired.|
|Hardware/electronics||Gold Rubner tuners with pearlescent buttons, bone nut and saddle. Strung with Hannabach 815 Hard strings. Strap pins have been professionally installed.|
|Playability/Action||Plays well and speaks clearly.|
|Case||Black Hardshell ‘Guardian’ case included.|
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