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Larson Brothers Dyer Harp Guitar Style 3 ca. 1908

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This Dyer Symphony Harp Guitar model is called 'Style 3', and only about a handful are known to exist. To call this an extremely rare vintage instrument would almost be an understatement.

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  • Tuning-Maschinen
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  • Material des Halses
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Larson Brothers Dyer Harp Guitar Style 3 ca. 1908

Carl en August Larson, ook wel bekend als de Larson Brothers, werden geboren in Zweden en emigreerden eind jaren tachtig naar Chicago. Ze bouwden gitaren die werden verkocht onder namen van andere bedrijven, zoals Stahl, Prairie State, Euphonon en Maurer. Hun harpgitaren werden voornamelijk gemaakt onder het merk Dyer. Dit Dyer Symphony Harp Guitar-model heet 'Style 3', en voor zover bekend zijn er maar een handvol van gemaakt. Om dit een uiterst zeldzaam vintage instrument te noemen, zou bijna een understatement zijn.

Dit is een "short-scale" harpgitaar, met een mensuur van 22.25 inch. Dat is ongetwijfeld de reden waarom hij is gemaakt en vrijwel zeker is geïnspireerd door Knutsen's 3/4 harpgitaren met een 19-20 inch mensuur.

Er bestaat enige onzekerheid over de exacte datering van Dyer harpgitaren. Deze Style 3 met nummer '614' op het interieurlabel is waarschijnlijk rond 1908 gemaakt. Dat zou betekenen dat hij ruim 110 jaar oud is, en voor die leeftijd is hij nog in goede staat. Het sparren bovenblad heeft twee gerepareerde cracks en de mahonie achterkant heeft ook een paar scheurtjes.

De stemmechanieken van de laagste drie bassnaren zijn vervangen. De hoek van de tunerplaat van de twee andere bassnaren is afgesneden om plaats te bieden aan deze nieuwere mechanieken.

Dit is een unieke kans om een absoluut zeldzaam, bijzonder en goed bespeelbaar verzamelobject te bezitten.

Carl and August Larson, also know as the Larson Brothers, were born in Sweden and emigrated to Chicago in the late 1880s. They built guitars sold under other companies names like Stahl, Prairie State, Euphonon, and Maurer. Their guitars are famous and sought after and considered equal in quality to Martin guitars. Their harp guitars were primarily made under the brand of Dyer. This Dyer Symphony Harp Guitar model is called 'Style 3', and only about a handful are known to exist. To call this an extremely rare vintage instrument would almost be an understatement.

This is a "short-scale" harp guitar, with a 22.25" scale length. Undoubtedly, that's why it was created, and almost certainly inspired by Knutsen's 3/4 size harp guitars of 19-20" scale.

There is some uncertainty about the exact dating of Dyer harp guitars. This Style 3 with number '614' on the interior label appears to be made around 1908. That would mean it is over 110 years old, and for that age it is still in good condition. The spruce top has two repaired cracks and the mahogany back also has a couple cracks.

The tuners of the lowest three bass strings have been replaced. The corner of the tuner plate of the other two bass strings has been cut off to accommodate these newer tuners.

This is a very unique opportunity to own such a rare, special and very well playable collector's item.

Carl and August Larson, also know as the Larson Brothers, were born in Sweden and emigrated to Chicago in the late 1880s. They built guitars sold under other companies names like Stahl, Prairie State, Euphonon, and Maurer. Their guitars are famous and sought after and considered equal in quality to Martin guitars. Their harp guitars were primarily made under the brand of Dyer. This Dyer Symphony Harp Guitar model is called 'Style 3', and only about a handful are known to exist. To call this an extremely rare vintage instrument would almost be an understatement.

This is a "short-scale" harp guitar, with a 22.25" scale length. Undoubtedly, that's why it was created, and almost certainly inspired by Knutsen's 3/4 size harp guitars of 19-20" scale.

There is some uncertainty about the exact dating of Dyer harp guitars. This Style 3 with number '614' on the interior label appears to be made around 1908. That would mean it is over 110 years old, and for that age it is still in good condition. The spruce top has two repaired cracks and the mahogany back also has a couple cracks.

The tuners of the lowest three bass strings have been replaced. The corner of the tuner plate of the other two bass strings has been cut off to accommodate these newer tuners.

This is a very unique opportunity to own such a rare, special and very well playable collector's item.

Spezifikationen

Brand and Condition
Marke Larson Brothers
Zustand Gut
Hardware
Steg Ebony
Tuning-Maschinen Open Gear
Body
Finish Natural, Gloss
Body Material Mahogany
Top Material Spruce
Neck
Material des Halses Mahogany
Profil des Halses V
Griffbrett Material Ebony
Griffbrett-Radius 16"