D’ Angelico is a famous guitar company with an incredible history. But where are they made? This article gives you the answer. The next sentence can either be a continuation of the last paragraph or an introductory paragraph. You decide what you think is best. In 1948, John D’ Angelico opened his own guitar shop in Manhattan, where he produced and sold guitars for over twenty years before succumbing to cancer at age 57.

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However, D’ Angelico Guitars continued on through family members until they ended up with their current owner: famed guitarist Paul Reed Smith (PRS). After PRS bought them from Dee’s widow in 2004, PRS moved production back to New York City. It was there that longtime luthier Sergio Lubovich took charge of day-to-day operations as Vice President of Production and oversaw all construction and manufacturing of D’Angelico guitars in the New York City facility.

In 1948, John D’Angelico opened his own guitar shop in Manhattan, where he produced and sold guitars for over twenty years before succumbing to cancer at age 57. However, D’Angelico Guitars continued on through family members until they ended up with their current owner: famed guitarist Paul Reed Smith (PRS). After PRS bought them from Dee’s widow in 2004, PRS moved production back to New York City. It was there that longtime luthier Sergio Lubovich took charge of day-to-day.

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