Thanks, Taylor. I have it listed locally in San Francisco as well so if anyone is in town feel free to contact me. I purchased two wanting the best of both worlds (spruce and cedar). With another acquisition coming up, it is time to make the tough decision of keeping my arsenal small or face the wrath of the Mrs.Taylor 25 wrote:This is a great guitar being offered for a reasonable price. I have played (and nearly bought) a GVR cedar top (Solista) and loved its beautiful tone and playability. I am sure that this guitar is similar in that way. My guess is that this listing won't not last long. If I were in the market, I would be tempted to get this guitar. Good luck!
Good catch, thank you. Title updated to include "Hauser".Lovemyguitar wrote:Indeed, very nice guitar. I would suggest that you specify in the description that this is the "Hauser" model, since that is not really clear from what you've posted, and I suspect that it would be a very good selling point! I have a spruce GVR Hauser, which is magnificent, so somebody will undoubtedly be very happy with this guitar, at a very good price, too. Best wishes!
This is a German Hauser.Debussychopin wrote:Whenever I read the word 'Hauser', I say it in my mind with a thick German accent.
Thanks for the comment, Souldier. The good thing is that someone else will be enjoying this for a long time to comesouldier wrote:Given the excellent price and condition, I'd be really surprised if this guitar is still here by the end of the week. GVR's Hauser is highly regarded. This one must sound good especially since you were able to compare it directly from a batch of other guitars.
Thank you for the compliment, but definitely butter. Grass-fed.Renee's Dad wrote:I don't care much for butter, triple-churned or otherwise, but I'd sure play this guitar - it's beautiful. Good luck.
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