D'Angelico 1938 New Yorker #1325
The D'Angelico New Yorker is an historic piece of guitar designed, conceived and built by master luthier John D'Angelico, a native of New York who used the world around him to influence design.
With Art Deco stylings influenced by the New York City skyline, and gorgeous woods, this archtop is sure to please the most demanding jazz originalist. This guitar features a solid spruce top, gorgeous flamed maple back and sides, and ebony appointments, along with gold hardware and a replacement celluloid pickguard.
This guitar features an incredible sunburst finish, in thin vintage nitro.
This guitar has a lower bout width of 18 inches.
Serial # 1325 Comes w/ Hardshell Case