Dating a dangelico
Anyone interested in the development and current status of the storied D'Angelico name would find this a welcome addition to their library.This book on John D'Angelico and his guitars is a peculiar compendium. He really shouldn’t have agreed to spring Amber Jones out of jail. And she reeeaally didn’t mean to almost burn down his house. Now she’s remanded on bail, and living in his house. And considering his track record, he needs to stay as far away from this one as possible. She knew she shouldn’t have gone to her ex’s New Year’s Eve party. As the most sought after lawyer in professional football, he should be focused on representing his NFL clients––not an accident-prone, struggling actress.It's interesting info but IMO the title and descrition of the book is somewhat misleading.If you have to have every word in print on the subject of D'Angelico you might consider this book but for most people it will probably prove to be a less than satisfying purchase.Features: SHAPE: Single cutaway BODY: Hollow TOP Laminated Spruce BACK: Laminated Flame Maple TAILPIECE Bigsby B-30 Chrome CONTROLS: 2 volume/ 2 tone/ one 3-way toggle switch HARDWARE: Chrome TUNING MACHINES: Grover Super Rotomatic NUT WIDTH: 1 11/16"NECK MATERIAL: Hard Maple 2 pcs Walnut Center SCALE: 25.5"INLAY: Mother of Pearl FINISHES: Cherry, Natural, Black INPUT JACK: Switchcraft USACASE Deluxe hard case EX-SSA favorite of D’Angelico devotees, EX-SS provides a big sound in a small and lightweight package.
Charles, I'd also stumbled across the picture you posted, but assumed it was a tenor guitar in the "D'Angelico style", rather than an actual D'Angelico.Plectrum.shtml But a plectrum, alas, is not a tenor.I have a D'A tenor neck from the 30's, probably removed from a tenor guitar that was probably converted to 6 string. Most of the D'A tenors had 16" bodies and were overbuilt and not particularly good sounding as tenors. joel Here is an intriguing photo that I found earlier tonight. There was no information about the instrument and no other pictures. And she reeeaally didn’t mean to almost burn down his house. Take one outspoken actress, put her under the same roof with an overworked lawyer, and watch the slow burn bring down the house. She knew she shouldn’t have gone to her ex’s New Year’s Eve party. Problem is, he’s finally met the one he’s willing to risk it all for.