Enrico Bottelli – 2017


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Product Description

Enrico Bottelli was born in 1961 in Milan, Italy. It was 1981 when he made his first experiences in luthiery under the guidance of Master luthier Carlo Raspagni. He started to build classical guitars as a professional luthier in 1988. His magnificent guitars are esteemed world wide by professional musicians and collectors for their elegant, highly responsive musical attributes, refined visual beauty and precise craftsmanship.
This new guitar was built in 2017. The construction is based on a traditional Spanish seven bars symmetrical top construction with an under bridge reinforcement. A deep, warm, yet open, powerful and projecting instrument, with the great and wide tone quality of highly selected spruce tops. Good sustain with round, warm, dense, concentrated and a clear treble. This instrument will be heard clearly and distinctly in any concert hall. The tuning machines with snake-wood buttons are made by Alessi.

Luthier: Enrico Bottelli
Construction year: 2017
Top: Spruce
Back and sides: Indian rosewood
Scale: 650 mm
Nut: 52 mm

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