D'Angelico Guitars of America is an American manufacturer of musical instruments based in Manhattan, New York.

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The brand was initially founded by master-luthier John D'Angelico in 1932, in Manhattan's Little Italy. Original D'Angelico guitars are collector's items and have been used by musicians including Pete Townshend, Eric Clapton, Bucky Pizzarelli, Chet Atkins, and Chuck Wayne. The D'Angelico Mel Bay New Yorker model was featured on the cover of the Mel Bay Publications' guitar method books for decades. In 2011, guitars by D'Angelico were included in the 'Guitar Heroes' exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Current range of products manufactured by D'Angelico include electric, acoustic and classical guitars, basses and ukuleles.