Fritz Ober of Munich

  • Year:

    2009

  • Body:

    Rosewood. High quality with very beautiful colours and grain details; all french polished.
    Very light in weight and so easy to handle.

  • Front:

    Design much influenced by Hermann Hauser. European spruce with Fritz's beautiful adaption of a Hauser-style rosette (containing rosewoods, yew, white maple and tulipwood) and matching double purflings

  • Tuners:

    Nicolo Alessi Hauser-style tuners with snakewood buttons mounted on a rosewood-faced, Hauser-shaped head

  • Scale:

    65cm

  • Neck Width:

    52mm at the nut

  • Weight:

    1369 grams

  • Condition:

    Pre-owned but in 99.9% new, gorgeous condition - just a couple of tiny marks on the body and just a few, very shallow marks on the back of the neck. All french-polished.

  • Comments:

    These are really outstanding and impressive Fritz Ober instruments. Although never copying one specific instrument, Fritz Ober's guitars are very much in the style of Hermann Hauser I but also with some deeper bass resonance of Torres guitars in mind. The plantilla / soundboard shape is very Hauseresque with some reference also to those of Manuel Ramirez and Antonio de Torres.
    The treble is strong, evenly very rounded and impressively open for still a new guitar. The bass is very deep and resonant from the low body resonance near E flat yet this appears to take nothing from the fullness of the middle and treble resulting in a very balanced guitar that is a joy to play. For those many players appreciating the rich and beautiful tones of the traditionally-built classical guitar, here is a magnificent example of Hauser character that has the depth and strength required of a true concert guitar.

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  • Price:
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  • AVAILABILITY
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