A exceptionally fine early example by one of the most illusive luthiers in the history of Gypsy Jazz guitars.
A rare all original cedar top Enrico Macias in immaculate condition. One of the best examples of this model.
This hybrid Gypsy-Parlor model is the first of its kind. Built like a traditional flattop, but using an adjustable threaded post bridge similar to an archtop.
Master built modern instrument by Stefan Hahl.
Rare solid mahogany grande bouche by Spanish luthier David Enesa.
"A new Corazón commissioned by DjangoGuitars.com. Thomas supplied old (25 years+) Italian Alpine spruce top wood from
the family’s stash of woods for string instruments, vintage tuners, a
Busato style tailpiece and Brazilian rosewood for a bridge. He
specified the finish characteristics and gold leaf on the rosette key.
Fun collaboration!" -Craig Bumgarner
Boutique Concert Gypsy guitar featuring stunning Italian master grade maple back and sides and Val di Fiemme spruce soundboard!
Since 1946 Casteluccia has been offering guitars of tremendous quality and sound at a price that musicians could afford. This beautiful instrument is no exception to their tried and true concept.
4-brace Selmer model inspired by the infamous #503 featuring highly figured ziracote back and sides.
4-brace Selmer model from the workshop of Geronimo Mateos.
Meticulous Favino replica from the StringPhonic Guitar Co.!
Deluxe carved archtop equipped with DeArmond 1100 Rhythm Chief pickup!
Meticulous Favino replica from the StringPhonic Guitar Co!
Full featured spruce top model from the workshop of Geronimo Mateos.
The Nomade holds its own with Dupont's own higher end instruments at an price you can afford!
A professional model constructed with solid Indian rosewood back and sides and antique finish!
The finest budget Selmer style Gypsy Jazz guitar on the market. Developed by DjangoGuitars in conjunction with Altamira.
Vintage inspired model by Altamira. Based on the iconic "Special Chorus" by Antoine DiMauro.
Altamira's take on the Selmer-Maccaferri nylon-strung "Modele Concert"!