Eriberto Ajevoli is the pseudonym of an Italian guitar maker from Naples. He established himself as a guitar maker under this pseudonym for the past years, since he already made himself a name as a guitarist and teacher.
His guitars are much inspired by Robert Bouchet’s guitars. These instruments marked him deeply and let him a strong ideal of timbre, clearness and balance. He is building guitars in a very traditional way, using absolutely no machines, replicating the way twentieth century Spanish guitar makers used to proceed.
This guitar has a fantastically figured Tamarind wood back and sides, as well as a flamed maple neck. It has an incredible clarity in the timbre and the purity of the tone is stunning. A very long sustain as well as a great balance allows both a great polyphonic readability and a very expressive lyricism.
|Back and sides:||Tamarind wood|