D’Angelico NYSD 9 Features


D’Angelico Guitars

Guitar Type

Solid Body

Lower Bout Width


Body Depth


Nut Width


Fingerboard Scale


Pickup Type

2 Set Humbucker

Wood Composition



Mahogany, Maple





MSRP: $1,395

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Our goal at Guitars ‘n Jazz is to find you the best possible instrument that not only matches your personal requirements and play-style, but is also a guitar that you enjoy playing and look forward to picking up.

We strive to price our instruments as competitively as possible in order to give our customers the best possible value for their dollar. And as a guitarist myself I would never sell an instrument that didn’t live up to my own high standards and expectations.

All of our instruments are thoroughly inspected, tested, professionally set up, and carefully packed for shipment. And all instruments are sold with our 72 hour satisfaction guarantee.

We encourage you to call us for the best price possible. We routinely have demos, closeouts, blemishes, and used instruments available for purchase. And if you happen to find a lower price please let us know.

And please keep in mind that it’s difficult comparing various instruments on the Internet. Since many of our guitars come standard with upgraded woods and tone controls shopping by price alone won’t tell the whole story.

Since our inventory changes so frequently it’s best to call us to find all of your available options. With over 500 archtops in stock you can be assured that we have unbelievable guitars to fit any budget.

SKU: DANGELICO-NYSD-9. Category: .

** DISCONTINUED ** The NYSD solid models have been in the D’Angelico line and have a great deal of versatility. They deliver crisp, clean single notes at the high volume levels possible without worrying about feedback.

Product Description

** DISCONTINUED ** The NYSD solid models have been in the D’Angelico line and have a great deal of versatility. They deliver crisp, clean single notes at the high volume levels possible without worrying about feedback.

A good musician can also get a great deal of jazz tones and even chordal note separation from this model when playing with their fingers in combination with a pick.

There is very little out there in this price rage with the beauty and functionality of a NYSD D’Angelico.

NYSD 9 Specifications

  • BODY
  • Top: Flame Maple
  • Back: Indonesian Mahogany*
  • Side:
  • Lower Bout Width: 13.75″
  • Body Depth at Sides: 1.5″
  • Interior Structure:
  • Sound Holes:
  • Binding: 3-ply Ivory/Black Around Top
  • NECK
  • Neck/Body: Joint 16th Fret
  • Neck Wood: Indonesian Mahogany*
  • Nut: 1 11/16″ Bone
  • Fingerboard Wood: Ebony
  • Scale Length: 24.75″
  • Fingerboard Radius: 12″
  • Neck Shape: D Shape
  • Number of Frets: 22
  • Truss Rod: 2-Way
  • Fingerboard Inlay: Split Blocks
  • Peghead Motif: D’Angelico Logo with New Yorker Emblem
  • Hardware Plating: Gold
  • Tailpiece: Stop
  • Bridge: Tune-o-matic
  • Pickups: 2 Kent Armstrong Vintage Humbuckers
  • Electronics Configuration: 2 Volume, 2 Tone, 3-Way Switch
  • Pickguard: Black Plastic
  • Volume and Tone Knobs: Gold Plated Barrel
  • Truss Rod Cap: Aluminum Stairstep
  • Tuning Machines: Grover Super Rotomatic
  • Natural, Amber Blond, Teardrop Tobacco Burst, Line Tobacco Burst, Teardrop 3-Tone Burst, Line 3-Tone Burst.
  • Wine Red, Transparent Black
  • *NOTE
  • Case is included with your purchase

About D’Angelico

Dangelico Logo

Today´s D´Angelico Guitar is born to perform. We work hard to maintain the exquisite craftsmanship and imaginative techniques learned in the Kenmare Street shop, using only top quality woods and components for each and every one of our models.

We´ve stretched the boundaries of creativity and innovation with bold methods of design and construction: Archtops, Semi-Hollows, Solid-bodies, Flat tops, and Custom-Made. Each D´Angelico is said to have a soul, a personality and a voice.

We are a company owned and managed by musicians, for musicians.

Master luthier John D´Angelico is universally regarded as the finest archtop guitar builder that ever lived. In his Kenmare Street workshop, on New York City´s Lower East Side, he created the first of what would become the standard to which all other guitars would be compared. D´Angelico adapted techniques that had been used for centuries, and then improved these delicate manual processes in order to build the modern instruments demanded by his musician clients. These guitarists often requested special size and structural variations, in the body depth or scale of the neck for example, and that additional features and stylish embellishments are incorporated in the finished design. The marvelous reputation of “D´Angelico-built” guitars quickly spread throughout the musical community, and soon John D´Angelico´s small New York workshop was attracting professional musicians from all over the United States.

During 32 years of production and innovation, the D´Angelico Workshop built 1,164 guitars of exceptional beauty, precision and performance. Although these superb hand-crafted instruments originally sold for prices similar to those of factory-built models, today they are highly collectible, worth many thousands of dollars, and are regularly included in museum and gallery shows as the guitar representative of the high art and design of the Art Deco style.

John D´Angelico was a native New Yorker, and his foremost guitar designs included features in the geometric Art Deco style that was enormously popular in New York at the time, and was widely used for architectural and industrial applications. The signature ziggurat inlay, which appeared on the first New Yorker model headstock, became D´Angelico´s iconic trademark. This “stair-step” motif is actually an Art Deco rendering of the famous New Yorker Hotel. D´Angelico named another of his early models, the Excel, from the New York State slogan, “Excelsior!”

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