In this paper, we have investigated the interactions between α-synuclein fibrils at different pH values and how this relates to hydrogel formation and gel properties. Using a combination of rheology, small-angle X-ray scattering, Raman spectroscopy, and cryo-transmission electron microscopy (cryo-TEM) experiments, we have been able to investigate the relationship between protein net charge, fibrilfibril interactions, and hydrogel properties, and have explored the potential for α-synuclein to form hydrogels at various conditions. We have found that α-synuclein can form hydrogels at lower concentrations (50300 μM) and over a wider pH range (6.07.5) than previously reported. Over this pH range and at 300 μM, the fibril network is electrostatically stabilized. Decreasing the pH to 5.5 results in the precipitation of fibrils. A maximum in gel stiffness was observed at pH 6.5 (∼1300 Pa), which indicates that significant attractive interactions operate at this pH and cause an increase in the density of hydrophobic contacts between the otherwise negatively charged fibrils. We conclude that fibrilfibril interactions under these conditions involve both long-range electrostatic repulsion and a short-range hydrophobic attractive (sticky) component. These results may provide a basis for potential applications and add to the understanding of amyloids.