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With a look and sound that is simply unmatched, D'Angelico guitars are continuously championed for their classic beauty and distinct tone. Over the past century, iconic studio musician's ranging from Johnny Smith to Billy Bauer have performed on many influential jazz recordings with D'Angelico guitars. Today, those original models are considered highly collectible amongst D'Angelico fanatics, and they're even found regularly in guitar museums and gallery shows across the country.
Throughout D'Angelico's extensive lineup of vintage style models, you'll find a wide array of both hollow and solid body electric guitars, each made with the same meticulous craftsmanship as they were 70 years ago. After all, when you have a reputation like D'Angelico electric guitars, you can't take any chance at cutting corners. You need to be sure that every electric guitar manufactured lives up to the legendary name in which it bears.
Amongst the many top-rated electric guitars in D'Angelico's catalog is the EX-SD. Boasting the exceptional beauty that has been synonymous with the D'Angelico name for decades, this chambered solid body guitar features a flamed maple top, a solidly carved Indonesian mahogany body, and an extraordinary PAF tone. In the hollow body department, try your luck with the D'Angelico EX-SS. With its single cutaway shape and twin Kent Armstrong humbuckers, the flamed maple construction and pure jazz sound of this guitar is nothing short of perfection.
The second you pick up a D'Angelico guitar, you'll immediately recognize that you are in possession of something truly special. The reason is because D'Angelico has an extremely proud history, and the designers at D'Angelico keep that in mind during the construction of every instrument. D'Angelico believed that every guitarist deserves an axe that is capable of delivering countless years of musical enjoyment for both the performer, and those lucky enough to hear the performer in action. And for this reason, the D'Angelico name continues to be widely respected amongst jazz players and archtop guitar builders from around the world.