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New Customs comming soon
by Otto D'Ambrosio on April 14th, 2015
Soon I will be adding a few more instruments to the custom guitars page, which include this beautiful sounding Allegro Oval hole and Gypsy Parlor. check out Custom Page
D'Ambrosio Allegro Oval
Allegro Oval hole
D'Ambrosio Arched Flattop Mod Parlor Guitar front
Straight heel no shoulder
by Otto D'Ambrosio on December 17th, 2014
No room for error with this type of joint. It is the way a violin/classical instrument neck it joined to its body, the old fashioned way. Skilled hands and a sharp long chisel. I have repaired mostly German instruments with this sort of neck joint. Any one else do this sort of neck union? Hoffner, Framous... This is for a new light tension guitar that will break flattop acoustic boundaries. We cant wait to hear it!
Guitar #1711
by Otto D'Ambrosio on November 11th, 2014
Ok, time to let it go out to the online world and share. If you haven't watched yet, here you go. Guitar #1711 Full length
Good by Stan
by Otto D'Ambrosio on October 22nd, 2014
Mandolin Brothers, Staten Island and guitars. That's where it all started, for me and for most of my teachers. All of the community that began there are mourning the loss of a dear friend today. The friendly, funny, insanely knowledgeable guitar guru. Party on Stan
Mark and his El Rey
by Otto D'Ambrosio on August 23rd, 2014
Mark was one of the first players to embrace the El Rey. He has played it so much he wore a hole through the finish. I think it looks great as does your music Mr. Cutler. Thank you. This wonderful shot was taken by Denise Bass of Rhode Island.
Mark Cutler playing his D'Ambrosio/Eastman El Rey
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