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D’Angelico Premier Gramercy Grand Auditorium Solid Top Acoustic/Electric Guitar EXPIRED

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The original D'Angelico was a legendary maker of archtop guitars.
An original D'Angelico would start in the multi thousand dollar range and the sky's basically the limit from there.
The D'Angelico name was sold some years ago, and while these current models may be good values they won't be adding to the earlier earned reputation.

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Never heard of the brand - has nice features even my Martin doesn't have lol
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Never heard of the brand - has nice features even my Martin doesn't have lol
The original D'Angelico was a legendary maker of archtop guitars.
An original D'Angelico would start in the multi thousand dollar range and the sky's basically the limit from there.
The D'Angelico name was sold some years ago, and while these current models may be good values they won't be adding to the earlier earned reputation.
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This versus a Orangewood guitar?
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Looking for an electric right around this range . any other recommendations for a starter, fender strat? or is this the way to go? Also amp to pair?
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Never heard of the brand - has nice features even my Martin doesn't have lol
Bob Weir of The Dead is a d'angelico player. Not sure about too many others.
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Damn you adorama.... I just bought the Fender electric deal a few weeks ago. Probably going to get this deal too
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In for one!
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Looking for an electric right around this range . any other recommendations for a starter, fender strat? or is this the way to go? Also amp to pair?
My recommendation is to grab a used squier or new monoprice Indio as an upgrade platform. You'll learn a lot and stay under your budget. Resell value may be an issue since guitar buyers tend to be brand snobs and want all original.

You can also grab a used mexi strat. You won't have as good an instrument, but you'll be able to resell it without losing any money.
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My recommendation is to grab a used squier or new monoprice Indio as an upgrade platform. You'll learn a lot and stay under your budget. Resell value may be an issue since guitar buyers tend to be brand snobs and want all original.

You can also grab a used mexi strat. You won't have as good an instrument, but you'll be able to resell it without losing any money.
Thanks. The indio looks nice just have to wait for stock. Will I need an amp for this, any recommendations ?
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Thanks. The indio looks nice just have to wait for stock. Will I need an amp for this, any recommendations ?
The monoprice 15w tube Amp is awesome if you're shopping new. You just missed the sale but regular price is fair.

If you're shopping used you can just plug in and check out. Or Google obviously

Edit: Amp is actually on sale again for $212.49
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Personally I would never buy an acoustic without playing it first.
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