Brüder Buchner, Regensburg 1947

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As far as I know this is the only existing jazzguitar from Brüder Buchner. Its made from all solid woods ( spruce, maple ) and very nicely carved. It has two tonebars shaped in early Lang style and “round” blocks as well. Im not sure if the neck is original, but this one has been on for a long long time. Fretboard is stained. No trussrod and the neck seems to be onepiece with an inserted strip of wood at the center. The extension is not floating but glued to the top, which is unusual for a german guitar from this periode.

Dimensions are :

Width at fret 0 : 40 mm

Width at fret 12 : 48 mm

Scale : 650 mm

Body :

Length : 52,6 cm

Upper bout : 31 cm

Waist: 27 cm

Lower bout : 42 cm

Depth : 8,7 – 9,8 cm