1960 Blonde cut-away L-5
PAF with Vari-a-tone
Completely original with the exceptions of a pro refret by Mirabella Guitars and a reproduction pickguard.
It should be noted that at one time a Bigsby was installed on the instrument, so there are 3 extra screw holes under the tailpiece on the side. There are no holes in the top.
Killer sound and playability.
1982 D'Aquisto New Yorker.
18 inch body with 1 3/4 nut
Beautiful imported woods, Blank ebony fingerboard (no split block inlays as on standard New Yorkers)
Some minor wear, scratches and a few imperfections in the binding.
Incredible sounding and playing instrument.
Beautiful Brazilian rosewood back and sides
Fair amount of wear but NO cracks in top,back or sides
Bridge reset (Not by Mirabella Guitars)
Older refret (Not by Mirabella Guitars) but still retains It's original nut.
Nearly undetectable Headstock repair (Not by Mirabella Guitars)
Original waffle tuners , never reamed.
Incredible sound and playability.
18 inch Monteleone Tri Port
Completed in 2006
Neck width is 1 11/16 with a scale of 25.3
Guitar has two pickguards. One acoustic and one set up with a Kent Armstrong floating pickup
Excellent Feel, Sound and Playablity..
"Bourbon on the Rocks" Archtop Acoustic Trapdoor
With stain and lacquer mixed with real "single barrel Bourbon" for a true bourbon burst finish.
Close to seven carats in Diamonds on the tuner pegs, side markers, door knobs, heel and bridge.
Quilted mahogany interior made from " The Tree" as well as the headplate, pickguard and other appointments.
Nut width is a wide 1 3/4 with a 25inch...
1965 D'Aquisto Excel in sunburst
This is the fifth guitar made by James L. D'Aquisto and is an intriguing and significant part of the D'Aquisto story as noted on page 93 of Paul Schmidt's "Acquired of the Angels".
Interestingly, it is parallel braced with a Gibson scale of 24 3/4 and zero fret.
While the look of this early instrument is that of an exact copy of the guitars Jimmy had been...
Assembled using original parts made by James L. D'Aquisto, this Hagstrum bodied electric (The body can be seen on Jimmy's wood rack in the book "Acquired by the Angels" by Paul Schmidt on page 124) was completed using a neck and fingerboard started by D'Aquisto and finished by Cris Mirabella at the request of James D'Aquisto II for Tony DeRosa.
The tailpiece, headplate and part of the bridge...
1959 ES 175 in Sunburst
Refretted by Mirabella Guitars
NO ORIGINAL PARTS.... All parts with the exception of the tailpiece have been replaced with reissue components and pickups.
Excellent playability, with nice low action and very good sound.
1942 D'Angelico A-1
Excellent tone! and great playability.
No binding issues and still wears it's original pickguard
Some crack repairs done by Mirabella Guitars in 2002
Wide 1 13/16 nut width (big neck)
2 1/8 string spacing
1962 D'Angelico Electric
(The last laminated Electric made by D'Angelico)
Excellent sound with great playability
All original parts and electronics with the exception of the pickguard
Restored by Mirabella Guitars.........call for more details*
1 3/4 nut width (original Aluminum nut)
2 1/8 string spacing