Parlor Meinel & Herold 1910.
Handcrafted in Germany in the late 10s. Spruce top, back and sides made of maple stained like rosewood.
All woods are solid. The fingerboard is made of maple too, like the neck. It has all the original parts and maintains the same string height and adjustment as when it was manufactured.
It also has the original frets, with little use that have been reconditioned and polished. He has mother-of-pearl inlays on ebony in his mouth. The pins of the bridge are also ebony with the mother-of-pearl center. The mast is perfectly straight and the original headstock is also working well.
The bridge is stained maple and has an ëbano saddle integrated into the bridge. The guitars of this brand sound especially good, standing out among many of its time.
It is strung with a new set of synthetic gut strings, "nylgut". It has no cracks or repairs. Some scratches in the varnish, which is also original shellac.
Its condition is very good, it plays comfortably, it tunes well, and it has a great sound!