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D'Angelico Electric


Neil can be seen playing an unknown D'Angelico archtop guitar at the March 1970 Fillmore East performances with Crazy Horse. In his autobiography, "Waging Heavy Peace", Young mentions losing a rare D'Angelico guitar after the 1970 Crazy Horse tour. He speculates that one of his roadies may have sold the guitar for drugs. This could be the guitar he was referring to.