Hauser 1942 used Master Moon Spurce as a top, and Indian Rosewood as a back and side wood.
Master Moon Spruce - Originating from Switzerland, Moon spruce possesses a white snowy appearance and a straight, tighter wood grain. It can accommodate different climates exceptionally, which makes it one of the more durable and stable tone woods. It takes time to open up but its sound will have rich overtones in tandem with complex tonal harmonics.
Solid east indian rosewood back and sides offer lush high and full low tone. All solid guitars will open up nicely, and age well with season tone wood.
To preserve the traditional of classical guitar making, Shellac finish is use. It is apply thinly by hand, the whole process takes 2-3 months to ensure the quality of shellac finish.
Hauser brace design enhance overtone in the trebles. It is ideal for Bach, and modern music which demands high clarity and separation of voices within the composition. Clean sound with very responsive touch.
The Hauser body that we build is taken from a 1942. Hauser I, our guitars in this size are very beautiful to look at, with a more rounded body profile than the Spanish body. They have a more compressed sound than the larger model, however, volume and balance and tone are otherwise similar.
Montoya use traditional Spanish neck joint construction. The neck is one piece extends into the body and to the base of the neck, then the back and sides are jointed directly to the neck base block. It stabilize the neck, and improve the resonance.
Mosaic design rosette is use, exquisite layered patterns, and colorful. They are design for the elegant classical guitars. Rosewood binding is use, and protect the body against impact.
Hauser classical guitar headstock made with rosewood veneer. The headstock is more rounded look design. The rosewood veneer add an elegant touch to the detail. GOTOH machinehead is use for precise tuning.
Selected light weighted mahogany as neck, to match the light weight construction body. Ebony is a hard dense tone wood with silky smooth feeling. It's a stable wood to be a fretboard, adds brightness to the tone, and faster attack. Mahogany neck.
Bridge / Saddle
Traditional rectangular rosewood bridge helps support the string tension. Bone added at edge of bridge to protect string tension against the wood. The buffalo bone for the nut which is very hard and articulate. This helps the strings to vibrate and to have a deep resonance.