.European Spruce Spruce .East Indian Rosewood .Cedar neck with ebony strip .650mm string length .52mm nut width .Action 4mm bass 3mm treble .5 fan .1503g .Alessi machines .Upper bout 27cm .Lower bout 36cm .F body resonance .Hand French polish polish
Angelo Vailati (1997) is one of a group of young luthiers who trained with Enrico Botelli. His guitars are inspired by Torres, Manuel Ramirez and Santos Hernandez. He also studied with Jose Romanillos and Daniele Chiesa. He now lives in Bologna making from his own workshop, no doubt inspiring another generation of Italian makers.
This guitar is made from simple but high quality tone woods. The rosette is particularly attractive. This instrument has an exceptional treble with a pure, round and powerful attack. The bass is ruby and round with sustain. The neck is beautifully contoured and comfortable to play.
The condition is very good. There are a few minor marks on the neck and a repaired knock to the top that is hardly noticeable. Otherwise spotless. A guitar of sheer class.