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D'Angelico: Master Guitar Builder - What's In a Name?

D'Angelico: Master Guitar Builder - What's In a Name?
Centerstream

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SKU AM4542
Author Frank W/ M Green
Format Book
Duration 151 pages
Notation Text
Dimensions 230mm x 305mm
Publisher Centerstream
Departments Guitar History incl. Artists & Composers
 
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No name resonates across the spruce and maple boundaries of the classic American guitar like that of John D'Angelico. Here in personal histories, anecdotes, and first-hand accounts, those who knew the master and those had the privilege of owning a D'Angelico guitar, share their stories of the man and his priceless instruments. You'll hear from James D'Aquisto, Bob Benedetto, Arturo Valdez, Al Valenti, and others. Also covers D'Angelico strings and the D'Angelico Replica guitars. Includes a 24-page color section, hundreds of rare photographs and serial number lists for D'Angelico, D'Aquisto, and the D'Angelico Replica guitars.

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