|Comments||Here’s an excellent Hauser style classical guitar from the workshop of Gerald Farrell in Hamilton, Ontario. Jerry Farrell has been building guitars since 1972.
This excellent instrument is in great shape, and features solid, clean construction with a French Polish finish. French Polish is a very light, hand applied lacquer finish that protects the instrument, but does not restrict its vibrations to any great degree.
|Serial Number||Number 58, built during 2007 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.|
|Pricing||$2,599 CAD with case.|
|Neck||Mahogany neck with unbound ebony fingerboard, ebony headplate with hand-painted decoration. 650mm scale length, 52mm nut width.|
|Frets||Original frets with no discernable wear.|
|Body||Hauser style, German spruce top with Indian rosewood back and sides.|
|Finish||French polish, a hand applied light finish, in excellent condition.|
|Hardware/electronics||Bone nut and intonated bone saddle, gold tone tuning gears with pearloid buttons.|
|Case||Arched top grey case included.|
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