Eriberto Ajevoli is the pseudonym of an Italian guitar maker from Naples. He established himself as a guitar maker under this name over the past years, since he already made himself a name as a guitarist and teacher.
His guitars are inspired a lot by Robert Bouchet’s guitars. These instruments marked him deeply and gave him a strong ideal of timbre, clearness, and balance. Eriberto Ajevoli builds guitars in a very traditional way, using absolutely no machines, replicating the way twentieth-century Spanish guitar makers used to proceed.
This beautiful instrument has a particularly interesting design with its violin-like maple neck and the lovely combination of maple and rosewood throughout its different parts. This traditional guitar has a seven-fan bracing with a Bouchet bar under the bridge. It is very balanced, and the thinness of the neck makes it a very soft instrument to play. Long sustain, clarity of the trebles, softness of the basses and overall balance are some of the much-appreciated qualities of this guitar.
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