In 1989, to reproduce D’Angelico guitars, I asked Jerry Berberine to lend the most well-built D’Angelico guitar for investigation. Soon afterwards, his daughter, Carol visited Japan and had brought me D guitar which Jerry has preserved for a long time.
I think the first time I visited his house was in 1974. His work shop was located in peaceful village called “Eis-Bach” which takes 30 minutes by foot from the Alps station “Dingolfing” by driving of Hauser the II's car.
7 string D’Angelico guitar holder Fumio Yanatake performed with Satoshi Sasaki at the bar called “Montgomery Land” on September 28th.
Since the late 1970s, musical instrument manufacturers have found success through combining business operations with other companies. Oftentimes part of these corporate pairings, the household handicraft industry has experienced comparable success upon entering the current capitalist economy through these convergences.