Eriberto Ajevoli is the pseudonym of an Italian guitar maker from Naples. Under this name he has established himself as a guitar maker in the last years, as he has already made a name for himself as a guitarist and teacher. His guitars are deeply inspired by the instruments of Robert Bouchet. These left a lasting impression on him and gave him a strong ideal of timbre, clarity, and balance. Eriberto Ajevoli builds guitars in a very traditional way, using absolutely no machines and reproducing the approach of the Spanish guitar makers of the twentieth century.
This great guitar built in 2020 and bearing the number 132 has a very interesting combination of woods. Spruce for the top, and Mahagony for back and sides have been used to build this instrument. Mahogany is an underrated tonewood for classical guitars. It gives a nice, quite earthy sound with a mellow sweet touch. The first and immediate impression is a light guitar with an impressive responsiveness. The timbre is clear and singing, both delicate and lyrical. As a result, it is an instrument suitable for many styles and repertoires. Moreover, it has a long and sweet, full-bodied sustain that inspires the guitarist to play in a musical way. Overall, a truly wonderful instrument, built in the style of Robert Bouchet.
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