Light wear: Some minor dings as pictured. As well as some light scuffs/scrapes on the back that do not go through the finish. Damage: None.


Having honed his craft for more than three decades, luthier Del Langejans has a long-standing reputation for his steel- and nylon-string guitars, as well as such unusual custom-made creations as the harp guitar he designed for Muriel Anderson and the double-neck Dualette he built for Thom Bresh. This steel string acoustic was made in 1993. It features East Indian Rosewood Back and Sides and Neck. The top is stained Adirondack Spruce. The Fingerboard is Ebony. Herringbone style rosette for a simpler more vintage styling and triple ply Flame Maple and Ebony binding set off the accents. Bone nut and saddle finalize this beautiful handmade acoustic guitar. Hard case included. About 20 years ago the bridge had begun to crack around the saddle, Del removed the old bridge and replaced it with new to last for many years to come.

Product Features

  • Indian Rosewood Back and Sides
  • Adirondack Spruce Top
  • Rosewood Neck
  • Ebony Fingerboard
  • Hard case Included


  • Body Shape: Dreadnought

Technical Specifications

  • Type: Acoustic
  • # of Strings: 6
  • Orientation: Right
  • Fingerboard Material: Ebony

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Listed5 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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  • Dreadnought

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Grandville, MI, United States
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