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 deeply inspired Robert Bouchet’s instruments. These 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 superb guitar is made of beautiful timber named Black Limba. The grain of the wood is clear with many colour variations and especially pronounced veining. Moreover, it is perfectly sawn and shows strong flamed reflections. It is a light guitar with an impressive reactivity. The timbre is clear and singing, sometimes soft yet always lyrical. It is an instrument that is suitable for all uses, whether for recording in the studio or for concerts. The sound projects very clearly and the volume is generous. Definitely a wonderful instrument, built in the style of Robert Bouchet.
|Back and sides:||Black Limba|
|Air resonance frequency:||G#|