Are you a fan of Johannes Moller? Do you love his Hill Guitar that he gets his beautiful sound from? Then we have great news! He is selling one of his Hill Guitars! It is his 2012 Hill Signature Doubletop! He has played it all over the world for about 2 years and has had great success with it. However, he is parting ways with it and we want you to know!
This is a used standard 2012 Hill Fan-braced SIGNATURE model with arched case. Played by
Johannes Möller for 2 years.
|Johannes 2012 Signature Model|
- Soundboard: Doubletop European spruce/Nomex/Western red cedar fan-braced
- Back/Sides: East Indian rosewood
- Neck: Spanish cedar
- Fingerboard: ebony, elevated
- String Length: 650mm
- Finish: French polish
- Tuners: Sloane ebony Stippled
- Lightweight truss rod
- sound ports
- Overall length: 39"
- Body length: 19"
- Upper bout: 11"
- Lower bout: 14.375"
- Body depth: 3.5 - 4"
- Fingerboard @ nut: 51mm
|Indian Rosewood Back/Sides, Sloan Ebony Stippled Tuners,|
& Doubletop European Spruce and Western Red Cedar
This is a beautiful guitar and if you are a fan of the guitar itself or a fan of Johannes, this is the perfect fit for you!
Selling for $7,500. Visit the Hill Guitar Website for more info.
But wait, there's more!
Johannes Moller and Laura Fraticelli Guitar Duo are coming to tour in the U.S.to promote their October 2014 release of their latest record "Johann-Kaspar Mertz: Guitar Duets." In just a little over a week they will be performing in Texas, Alabama, and Florida! If you are in or near the area be sure to grab tickets! Tour dates listed below:
September 27th: Blanco Performing Arts Center in Blanco,TX.
September 28th: San Antonio, TX.
October 5th: Mount Vernon Music in Mt. Vernon, TX.
October 6th: Outreach Performance in Mt. Vernon, TX.
October 8th: Classical Cactus in Austin, TX.
October 9th: Austin Guitar Salon in Austin, TX.
October 15th: Laidlaw Performing Arts Center in Mobile, AL.
October 16th: Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, FL.
You will most likely need to purchase tickets through the venue.
Moller-Fraticelli Guitar Duo playing at Siccas Guitars, Germany.
You won't want to miss it!