Enrico Bottelli was born in Milan, Italy, in 1961 and is one of Europe’s most respected and renowned luthiers. He gained his first experience in guitar building under the guidance of master luthier Carlo Raspagni in 1981 and began building classical guitars as a professional luthier in 1988. However, he not only makes excellent instruments, which are appreciated by professional musicians and collectors worldwide for their elegant, very appealing musical attributes, refined beauty, and precise craftsmanship. He also passes on his knowledge and experience to some very talented luthiers by training them.
This 2013 Enrico Bottelli guitar is truly a masterpiece, showcasing exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail, a hallmark of his work. This guitar is heavily inspired by a famous German guitar from 1938, which is evident in its design and construction. The spruce soundboard and meticulous Amazonas rosewood back and sides are breathtakingly beautiful, and their contribution to the guitar’s sound is significant. Despite being built in 2013, this guitar is in immaculate condition, a testament to the care and maintenance it has received. This instrument has been lovingly cared for, allowing it to age gracefully and develop a tonal quality that is simply breathtaking. The guitar’s crystal-clear trebles and deep, punchy basses are pleasing to the ear and incredibly versatile. In addition to its tonal quality, this Enrico Bottelli guitar offers an endless tonal palette, giving guitarists the freedom to experiment with different playing styles. Whether playing classical or contemporary music, this guitar can adapt to the musician’s style and deliver a simply unforgettable sound. Overall, this Enrico Bottelli guitar is a remarkable instrument that combines beauty, craftsmanship, and excellent sound quality. It is a testament to the skill and dedication of Enrico Bottelli and serves as a reminder of the artistry that goes into crafting such exquisite musical instruments. This particular guitar offers a chance to immediately bypass the waiting list and acquire a magnificent instrument. It is a rare opportunity for guitar enthusiasts and collectors to own an important instrument crafted by a master luthier.
Watch the presentation video of this particular guitar below, where you will find a lot of additional information about its playability and sound.
|Back and sides:||Amazonas rosewood|
|Air body frequency:||F#/G#|
|Strings:||Knobloch EDC 34.0|
|Case:||Hiscox Pro II|