Brian Cohen in Peaslake, Surrey, England

  • Year:

    1997 - made specifically for Julian Bream and carrying a note underneath the front saying 'made for Julian Bream'

  • Body:

    Indian rosewood - top quality, with purfling style and dimensions as a Hauser I.

  • Front:

    European spruce - superb quality and with Hauser I replica rosette and purfling dimensions and colour

  • Tuners:

    David Rodgers high quality tuners - very beautiful, with Hauser-style, engraved back-plates and black mother-of-pearl buttons..

  • Scale:


  • Neck Width:

    52mm at the nut

  • Condition:

    What a beauty! This guitar is a very fine Hauser I reproduction and by far, the most successful of Brian's that we have seen. He will have made this more than likely with the 1940 Hauser in mind that Julian Bream has played and loved so much. The condition is extremely good with only very slight playing marks. All French-polished and extremely handsome.

  • Comments:

    Very much feeling and sounding in the style of a Herman Hauser, it has a super neck shape and is really comfortable to play. The body resonance is just above F, like so many Hausers, so has the similar deep, rich bass quality, characteristic of this guitar style and with a clear, in-balance treble. Altogether this is a delightful, classic instrument both to look at and to play. A very rare opportunity to acquire a fine guitar from such a legendary performer as Julian Bream who has owned the instrument since it was made.

    Brian Cohen - Click here to find out more about this maker

  • Price:
    Sold May 2008.
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