Tobias Braun of Gaaden near Vienna.

  • Year:

    2011

  • Body:

    East Indian rosewood - with the most unusual and gorgeous colours; particularly on the back, with maple purflings and rosewood bindings.

  • Front:

    European bearclaw spruce - cut from a tree which Tobias regards as very special because of the density and stiffness of the timber. The intricate rosette features a key motif; a heraldic symbol of the town. Note - the bridge saddle when new, was left long to be cut to length after action height selection. Lovely multi-line purflings and rosewood bridge

  • Tuners:

    Rubner tuners - especially made for Tobias with snakewood buttons, sideplate engraving and 'T.B.' initials.

  • Scale:

    65cm. With 19 frets on an ebony fingerboard

  • Neck Width:

    52 mm at the nut.

  • Weight:

    1490 grams

  • Condition:

    New and looking very handsome. All shellac french polished.

  • Comments:

    Tobias Braun makes very high quality instruments often with exceptional material quality. This particular instrument has the most beautiful Indian rosewood and a very fine spruce top. With influences from 1912 Manuel Ramirez and 1924 Santos, these guitars are designed to maintain the quick, Spanish response of the smaller-bodied guitar combined with a rich, deep bass of larger Santos body.
    This one has immediate quality with a deep bass that holds the bottom octave well, combined with a sweet and characterful treble. The projection and recording quality is particularly good. A fine concert guitar for performer, collector or anyone that appreciates the beauty of this level of craftsmanship.

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