It’s the Prohibition Era. Frivolity is shunned and hysteria reigns. A famous conductor has a fatal heart attack. The cause? Jazz music. But there’s always the speakeasy crowd. John D’Angelico builds the guitars, John D’Addario makes the strings. And some time in the 30s, they get together to develop their first ever acoustic string. Something loud and clear in an otherwise hushed time. Prohibition Bronze. Tell everybody—they’re back.