PAUL FISCHER 1982 Spruce / Brazilian Rosewood

This is an excellent example of Paul Fischer's earlier traditionally built classical guitars. In the Spanish tradition with 7 fan braces and beautifully figured Brazilian rosewood back and sides.
The guitar plays beautifully with plenty of dynamic power and clear trebles all the way up to the higher frets.
This guitar was built just two or three years before Fischer moved over to bulding his guitars with his modern lattice style he named 'Taut'. So if your preference is for traditionally built guitars this Fischer instrument is a fine example of probably England's most prominent luthiers of the period. The condition of the guitar is generally very good. There is a little crazing to the lacquer if seen in a certain light but no nail marks, dings or cracks. There is a small area on the side of the lower bout where the lacquer has peeled away as can be seen in the photograph.
Top : Alpine spruce
Back & Sides : Brazilian Rosewood ( Cites approved no 24GBA10V13PDH )
Neck : Cedar
Fingerboard : Ebony
Tuners : Rodgers
Finish : Lacquer
Hiscox case
Condition : Very good
Nut width : 52mm
Scale length : 650mm