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D’Angelico Guitars opened up shop in New York City in 1932. The guitars were hand made in limited quantities – in the thirties John D’Angelico made about 35 instruments per year with the help of three workers. John D’Angelico and his successor James D’Aquisto are generally regarded as the two greatest archtop guitar makers of the 20th century.
D’Angelico is proud to bring you the EX-63, a gorgeous throwback capable of rousing an awful lot of attention. A non-cutaway archtop modeled after the last guitar that John D’Angelico...
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Summary Body: Spruce top with sapele back and sides Neck: Mahogany neck with a “C” profile, 1 11/16” wide nut, rosewood fretboard, 12” radius, and block inlays Pickups/Hardware: Original hardware,...
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No family is complete without a bassman. The Mott Bass (SBG-700) is where style, tradition and innovation meet. Robust in sound and stature, the Mott features a solid Sitka spruce...
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