SK €.1700 Martin Okenica "Hauser" spruce 2015, Bratislava SK / Vienna AT / Brno CZ

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SK €.1700 Martin Okenica "Hauser" spruce 2015, Bratislava SK / Vienna AT / Brno CZ

Post by Marek Cupak » Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:19 am

- Type / luthier: classical / Martin Okenica
- Year of construction: 2015
- Bracing: fan
- Scale length: 650 mm
- String spacing - bridge: 11.0 mm
- String spacing - nut: 8.5 mm
- Frets: 20
- Adjustable neck: dual action truss rod

- Top: Engelmann spruce
- Back / Sides: walnut burl veneered cedar
- Fingerboard: ebony
- Neck: ash
- Headplate: walnut burl veneer
- Nut: bone
- Tuners: ebony buttons
- Bridge: indian rosewood
- Saddle: bone
- Polish: French polish on top, the rest lacquered (nitrocellulose)

- Sound sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4x46Itg7nI (no equalisation applied)
- Condition: new (played a few times to set up, check, try out and record sound sample)
- Price: € 1700, hard foam case € 50
- Weight: 1.6 kg + case 2.7 kg
- Viewing / trial possible: yes
- Location (nearest city): Bratislava SK, Vienna AT, Brno CZ

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2014 Martin Okenica cedar, modern (H. Hauser I inspired)
2012 Martin Okenica spruce, early romantic (F. R. Lacôte inspired)

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Re: SK €.1700 Martin Okenica "Hauser" - spruce 2015, Bratislava SK / Vienna AT / Brno CZ

Post by rinneby » Thu Aug 24, 2017 8:00 am

Very nice sound and playing. Interesting bridge construction... :)

/Jon
1965 - Masaru Kono No.5
1975 - Atushi Nakamura No.15
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Re: SK €.1700 Martin Okenica "Hauser" spruce 2015, Bratislava SK / Vienna AT / Brno CZ

Post by Guero » Fri Aug 25, 2017 12:56 pm

Nice guitar! Btw, how are the strings tied to the bridge? I can´t figure it from the fotos.

Greetings, Güero.

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Re: SK €.1700 Martin Okenica "Hauser" spruce 2015, Bratislava SK / Vienna AT / Brno CZ

Post by Marek Cupak » Fri Aug 25, 2017 1:06 pm

Guero wrote:
Fri Aug 25, 2017 12:56 pm
Btw, how are the strings tied to the bridge? I can´t figure it from the fotos.
Hi Güero.
They go through the bridge and the top, and are held from inside the guitar by knots on the end of each string. These knots push against thin reinforcement plate made out of ebony, inlayed under the bridge to protect relatively soft spruce top, so that the top is sort of "sandwitched" by bridge on the outside and that support plate from the inside.
2014 Martin Okenica cedar, modern (H. Hauser I inspired)
2012 Martin Okenica spruce, early romantic (F. R. Lacôte inspired)

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Re: SK €.1700 Martin Okenica "Hauser" spruce 2015, Bratislava SK / Vienna AT / Brno CZ

Post by Guero » Sat Aug 26, 2017 7:00 pm

Sorry for my stupid question, but: how do you change strings then??

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Re: SK €.1700 Martin Okenica "Hauser" spruce 2015, Bratislava SK / Vienna AT / Brno CZ

Post by Marek Cupak » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:34 pm

Guero wrote:
Sat Aug 26, 2017 7:00 pm
Sorry for my stupid question, but: how do you change strings then??
You'd have to loosen them from head first and then pull the other end out through the sound hole. New strings come in through the bridge, then you pull them out through the sound hole, tie knots, let the strings back in by pulling their other ends to head. And finally tie them to the tuners.
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Re: SK €.1700 Martin Okenica "Hauser" spruce 2015, Bratislava SK / Vienna AT / Brno CZ

Post by Justfun » Wed Sep 13, 2017 11:24 pm

Richard Reynoso, Cypress \ Spruce 2016
Lozano Spruce 2001
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