The D’Angelico family has grown. Check out the stunning new acoustic line for 2015.
A one-of-a-kind Fare Thee Well commemorative guitar was auctioned for $526,000 during intermission of the Grateful Dead's July 5th concert in Chicago.
Victor Baker, renowned maker of archtop guitars, was named Head Luthier of D’Angelico Guitars on Monday, June 29th.
To celebrate the Grateful Dead’s 50th Anniversary Fare Thee Well shows, HeadCount has teamed up with D’Angelico Guitars and Remo Percussion to create...
D’Angelico Guitars strives to uphold the legacy of master-luthier John D’Angelico by producing instruments that he would proudly call his own. We humbly accept the praise of these efforts. Thank you.
Grammy Award-winning American blues and soul musician—co-founder of the Tedeschi Trucks Band
Guitarist for legendary American rock band Aerosmith
American guitarist, singer and songwriter for Robert Randolph & The Family Band
Founded in 1932 in Manhattan’s Little Italy neighborhood, John D’Angelico’s handmade archtop guitars quickly captivated guitarists in the New York music scene.