2000 Guitars

2000 Guitars : The Ultimate Collection

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Do you know your Stratocaster from your Telecaster? Your Gold-top from your arch-top? Your Danelectro from your D'Angelico? If you're a guitar player - or a guitar lover - this is the book for you. "2,000 Guitars" is a comprehensive visual and historical guide to that most lusted-after of instruments: the guitar. Compiled by a team of experts from the United States and the UK, it covers everything from early acoustic, classical, and resonator guitars through the hollow-body instruments of the jazz age, the celebrated solid and semi-solid models of the 1950s and 1960s, right up to cutting-edge modern-day electric, acoustic, and bass guitars. Presented in an easy-to-use A-Z format, the book features illustrations of 2,000 instruments by more than 300 guitar makers. There are detailed histories of all the major manufacturers - the Fenders, the Gibsons, the Martins, and so on - and key facts about many other brands from around the world.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 320 pages
  • 261 x 330 x 37mm | 2,357g
  • Outline Press Ltd
  • Jawbone
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Colour Photos throughout
  • 1906002347
  • 9781906002343
  • 1,464,964

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Blair Jackson has been writing about Bay Area music professionally for more than thirty years. He is the author of four books about the Grateful Dead, including the definitive Jerry Garcia biography, Garcia: An American Life, and Grateful Dead Gear. He has also written liner notes for numerous CD and DVD releases and produced or co-produced more than a dozen archival compilations.show more

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