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When you're carrying on the tradition of a legendary name in guitars, it's worth pulling out all the stops to make sure you do it right. And that's just what D'Angelico did when the company was re-launched in 2011. To make sure the new models would be as faithful as possible to John D'Angelico's original creations, they actually put some of those through an MRI machine and an x-ray. With that blueprint to work from, and a careful production process that can take as long as two years, D'Angelico Deluxe guitars are worthy successors to the 1,164 classic archtops built by John D'Angelico during his 32-year career.Of course, it goes without saying that no matter how good the craftsmanship, not all guitars are created equal - nor should they be! Every musician has unique preferences, and D'Angelico brings some variety to make sure you can find something that's up your alley. For example, do you like your guitars a bit smaller than the traditional 17-inch hollowbody? If so, take a look at the D'Angelico EX-DH Deluxe Edition and the D'Angelico EX-SS Deluxe Edition Hollowbody Electric Guitar. Want to take the first true rock-and-roll pickups for a spin? The D'Angelico EX-175 Deluxe Edition Hollowbody Electric Guitar delivers. You could opt for the EX-59 if you like a 1950s look, feel and sound, or even go all the way back to John D'Angelico's original design with the D'Angelico EXL-1 Deluxe Edition Hollowbody Electric Guitar.It's all up to you, so don't be afraid to take your time choosing the perfect D'Angelico Deluxe series guitar for your personal tastes. Each one has unique design elements and playing feel - in fact, the only thing they really have in common is that they're all archtops. As a collection, they represent the evolution of hollowbody guitar design from 1932 to 1964, which means that deciding which one is right for you could be as easy as picking out the time period you want your guitar to reflect. All in all, there's no denying that in this case, choice is a very good thing!