Kevin Aram

  • Year:

    Made late 2005, named 'Valentina'.

  • Body:

    Indian rosewood - very dark and beautifully sombre. The back has a very attractive and contrasting centre strip of yew and with yew bindings. The whole of the guitar has an oil-finish which has an 'egg-shell' sheen to it and a lovely warm feel.

  • Front:

    European Spruce carrying a very elegant bridge, double purflings and fine-detailed rosette. All highly attractive and tasteful. 7 fan-strut construction

  • Tuners:

    Beautiful David Rodgers tuners with white mother-of-pearl buttons on a rosewood-faced head with yew centre strip to compliment the back fillet and bindings..

  • Scale:


  • Neck Width:

    52mm at the nut

  • Condition:

    This is a really attractive instrument in 100% mint original condition - not a mark on it anywhere.

  • Comments:

    Kevin Aram's guitars need no introduction. The selection of materials, quality of woodcraft and sound are widely-recognised as being of the highest standards. This one has an approximately F# body resonance giving depth and character to the bass. The middle and treble are at the same time in good balance, even and with excellent clarity. Altogether this is such a joyful instrument to play and to look at. For those appreciating finely-crafted traditional instruments, this is unlikely to disappoint.

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  • Price:
    Sold. March 2009.
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