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D'Angelico and its artists develop guitars and accessories for the modern player in the tradition of their legacy.
For a guitar that boasts solid electronics and feel effortless to play, jazz guitarists and rockabilly enthusiasts alike would love the EXL-1 Hollowbody Electric Guitar. A reissue of D'Angelico's classic EXL-1, this single-cutaway guitar features D'Angelico's signature stairstep tailpiece, a floating humbucker pickup, gold-plated hardware, and ...
D'Angelico Guitars offers stunning archtop electric, acoustic and bass guitars across four series, to suit your needs as a player and collector
A reissue of D'Angelico's classic EXL-1, this single-cutaway guitar features D'Angelico's signature stairstep tailpiece, a floating humbucker pickup, gold-plated hardware, and Grover Super Rotomatic tuners.
D’Angelico Guitars is an American musical instrument manufacturer and guitar brand based in Manhattan, New York. The brand was initially founded by master-luthier John D'Angelico in 1932, in Manhattan's Little Italy. In 1999, Steve Pisani, John Ferolito Jr., and Brenden Cohen purchased the D’Angelico Guitars trademark.
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Building on the legacy of the original D'Angelico guitars of the early 20th century, these modern versions add contemporary features for players of all backgrounds. Call our Gear Experts now for help with your purchase: 800-460-8089.
PHILOSOPHY. Passing genuine, traditional guitars, down through the generations. D’Angelico Guitars Traditional is the brand re-established in the spirit of John D’Angelico, who founded D’Angelico Guitars, and with that, he created an everlasting link to the future.
D'Angelico has perfected the art of the hollowbody electric guitar, but it is equally well know for its line of acoustic and bass guitars as well as the
Founded in 1932 by John D’Angelico, D’Angelico Guitars is a New York City-based guitar brand built on the history of one of the most revered luthiers of all time.