Instrument Details

2001 Mauel Parlor Claro Walnut/Redwood
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Specs
Status
Sold
Brand
Mauel Guitars
Product Year
2001
Model
Parlor
Serial #
1101
New/Preowned
Preowned
SKU
3327
Condition
Excellent Light scratches. Small ding on treble side upper bout of top. Bass-side wing of bridge was separated from top but has been professionally repaired. Not a structural issue.
Body Type(s)
Small, 0/Parlor
Back & Sides
Walnut - Claro
Top
Redwood
Neck Wood
Mahogany
Bridge
Ebony
Rosette
Abalone
Top Trim
Wood Lines
Fingerboard
Ebony
Fret Markers
MOP Dots
Frets to Body
12
Headplate
Ebony
Headstock Inlay
Builder Logo
Bindings
Brazilian Rosewood
Tuners
Grover
Tuner Finish
Chrome
Cutaway
None
Pickguard
Clear
Pickup
None
Body Length
19.25 in
Upper Bout
10 in
Lower Bout
13.625 in
Body Depth Heel
3 in
Body Depth Tail
4 in
Scale Length
25 in
Scale Length (mm)
635 mm
Nut Width
1.75 in
Nut Width (mm)
44.5 mm
String Spacing
2.19 in
String Spacing (mm)
55.6 mm
Weight
0 lb. 0 oz.
Case
Original Hard - TKL
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Description

Here we have a Hank Mauel Parlor in Redwood and Claro Walnut. This small-bodied beauty has a clear, robust voice, thanks in part, to the twelve fret neck, which locates the bridge right in the sweet spot of the guitar top. The Redwood top is complemented nicely by the Claro Walnut back and sides, and together they impart a sweet clarity and surprisingly rich low end for such a small guitar. Traditional and fingerstylists will love the articulate warmth.

This parlor guitar by Hank Mauel has a warm, woody voice with great balance across the strings. The redwood top is a great choice for a small-bodied guitar, and I appreciate the simple, understated elegance of this twelve-fret beauty; it reminds me of a prewar Martin 000.
 
Nice even tone and playability. It's a great little guitar.
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SCALE LENGTH 25 in
NUT WIDTH 1.75 in
STRING SPACING 2.19 in
WOODS REDWOOD,
WALNUT - CLARO

Here we have a Hank Mauel Parlor in Redwood and Claro Walnut. This small-bodied beauty has a clear, robust voice, thanks in part, to the twelve fret neck, which locates the bridge right in the sweet spot of the guitar top.
 

This parlor guitar by Hank Mauel has a warm, woody voice with great balance across the strings. The redwood top is a great choice for a small-bodied guitar, and I appreciate the simple, understated elegance of this twelve-fret beauty; it reminds me of a prewar Martin 000.
 
Nice even tone and playability. It's a great little guitar.
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