10 string doubleneck guitar by Gary Southwell after Scherzer (1861)October 12, 2020
This is a copy of a guitar originally made in Vienna in 1861 by J.G. Scherzer, one of Stauffer’s star apprentices. The guitar has a double adjustable neck and features a double back to prevent the player damping the guitar’s body. It is made with a German spruce top, figured maple back and sides and a neck veneered in ebony.
The instrument is in the south of Germany. Questions welcome.
EUR 8,000 including Kingham case
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