Ich habe Mr. Zager angeschrieben und umgehend die folgende Antwort erhalten:
We've been sending guitars to Germany for 47 years now and have many customers there. Fedex charges us $189 which includes full insurance so your package is totally safe. My father truly appreciates our customers around the world and as a way to offset higher shipping fees we include a lifetime membership to his Video Guitar Lesson Instruction Library free of charge for all International clients which saves you an additional $200 and we also include a years worth of our custom strings saving you an additional $89.
My father uses solid woods on all of our guitars with real wood fiber similar to what Taylor, Gibson, Fender and the majority of guitar builders are now using that prevent the body from shifting due to climate and temperature changes. When you're running ultra low string heights any instability in the body can cause buzzing and this design keeps the body solid and prevents cracking long term so we achieve that quintessential solid wood sound that gets better year after year. If you're concerned about sound quality read the thousands of reviews and testimonials we've received over the last 47 years from players and artists who use our guitars nightly on stage...most of whom are coming from $1500-$3500 guitars. http://guitarreview.net/reviews.php
You may also want to check out the sound comparison videos of our guitars you can find anywhere on the world wide web. We recently made one comparing a new ZAD80CE against a 50 year old $15,000 Martin. http://www.zagerguitar.com/index.php?ev ... s.videofaq
We're right at 1 3/4 inch on our full size and OM size guitars. 1 11/16 on our Parlor and Travel size. All of our guitars also have custom string spacing that prevents you from leaning on adjacent strings. Many players say our guitars are easier to form chords with and it's due to our string spacing. Combined with a custom neck shape that feels natural in your hand (it's taken my father 60 years to refine it) a custom fret design that doesn't bite into your fingers, lower string heights with lower string pressures and playability increases exponentially. You can see some of our latest reviews from customers who were also concerned with neck size on this page: http://www.zagerguitar.com/index.php?ev ... rs.reviews
If you have questions I'm here to help. I also have help videos here.
Warmest regards, Dennis Zager JrDie Sattelbreite beträgt demnach bei Dreadnought- und OM ca. 44,5mm.
Jetzt habe ich noch nicht ganz verstanden, ob der Korpus massiv ist oder teilweise Spanholz (Fiber?)?
Ich muss den Brief noch etwas eingehender betrachten und für mich übersetzen.
In jedem Dorf gibt es eine Fackel, den Lehrer,
und jemanden, der dieses Licht löscht, den Pfarrer