4 edition of The Electric Guitar found in the catalog.
May 1, 2002
by Virgin Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Keith Richards (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
(Book). The Gibson Electric Guitar Book is a comprehensive, richly illustrated guide to Gibson electrics past and present. Starting with the ES generally acknowledged as the first commercially successful electric guitar through the s, Les Pauls, SGs, Firebirds, and more, it is packed with facts, stories, and images that tell the story of Gibson's great guitars and/5(8). Get this from a library! The electric guitar. [Paul Trynka; Design Museum (London, England);] -- Illustrated throughout with stunning, specially commissioned photographs,this is the definitive book on the history and culture of the electric guitar. It looks at the effects of the new.
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In less than 50 years, the electric guitar has become one of the key instruments of the genre. (Bythey note, well over one million new guitars were sold each year in the United States alone.) In telling this tale, the book traces the work of pioneers Leo Fender, Lloyd Loar, Les Paul, and Ted McCarty as well as the evolution of the guitar's design, from early, rudimentary /5(4).
The Electric Guitar Handbook is the latest entry in Backbeat's best-selling handbook series, combining a two-part book and an audio CD in a practical lay-flat binding for ease of reference when playing. Part one of the book examines how different types of electric guitars are made, and why varying construction methods influence the way guitars sound/5(21).
This book is a window into Smith's goals, dreams and influences as he sought to build the Holy Grail of electric guitars. It also demonstrates how Smith was willing to chase his dreams and push through obstacles and struggles as he built one of the marquis guitar brands in the world/5(46).
Fender guitars have long been the instruments of choice for artists such as Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan. This book tells the complete story of Fender guitars, detailing classics such as the Telecaster, Stratocaster & Jazzmaster as /5(31).
Walter Carter (Nashville) is a songwriter, guitar historian, and author whose books include The Martin Book and various titles with George Gruhn: Gruhn's Guide to Vintage, Acoustic Guitars and Other Fretted Instruments and Electric Guitars and Basses.
He worked as an official archivist at Gibson The Electric Guitar book many years/5(22). This book is somewhat dated at this point. But to give you an idea why this book is a definitive book for all guitar players. With chapters range from history of guitar to formation of guitar companies, models in its time period, music theory, amplifier and & on you will become a wealth of knowledge on the subject of guitar in no time/5(5).
(Book). Ibanez is the most important Japanese guitar brand, and this new book tells the story of its electric guitars, tracking the fortunes of this impressive brand. At first the guitars were cheap and basic, and in the s, Ibanez was best known for its copies of leading Gibson instruments, including Les Pauls, SGs, and : Backbeat.
“The electric guitar—from the Resonator of the s and Charlie Christian’s jazz playing in the s, through Les Paul and the heyday of Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page—unfolds in the pages of Play It Loud.
The book tells its story through both technical developments and the inventors and musicians who made it all happen.” —Salon/5().
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The electric guitar may be the most important and popular instrument of the last half-century in American music. Certainly its introduction brought a major change to American musical technology and has shaped the sound and direction of modern musical styles.
In The Electric Guitar: A History of an American Icon, scholars working in American studies, business history, the history of technology, and musicology come together to explore the electric guitar's importance as an invention and its 4/5(2).
From the award winning team that produced the best selling Ultimate Guitar Book comes the most comprehensive book about the electric guitar.
Its A-to-Z format covers more than makers from around the world and details theft successes and failures through 1, unique color studio quality photographs/5. The electric guitar. Illustrated throughout with stunning, specially commissioned photographs,this is the definitive book on the history and culture of the electric guitar.
It looks at the effects of the new developments, the stories of the pioneers behind the primitive instruments and the guitarists who made the instrument so influential.
Books. Shopping Cart Order Status Log In. In The Electric Guitar: A History of an American Icon, scholars working in American studies, business history, the history of technology, and musicology come together to explore the electric guitar's importance as an invention and its peculiar place in American culture.
Documenting the critical and. With more highly skilled luthiers at work than ever before, ours is a golden age of the electric guitar. Presenting superbly crafted electric guitars as fine art, this beautifully photographed book gives master luthiers from 15 countries the spotlight--artisans.
In this book, Dave Hunter looks at the development of the electric guitar since the earliest instruments in the late s, and how, since then, guitar makers and players have sought to define and refine all the elements that create a guitar's tone.
The Fender Telecaster is a working-class hero and the ultimate blue-collar guitar. It wasn't meant to be elegant, pretty, or sophisticated. Designed to be a utilitarian musical instrument, it has lived up to that destiny/5.
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PRS guitars today appeal to a growing number of musicians, from Carlos Santana to Al Di Meola, from Zach Myers to Mark Tremonti. This book examines every part of PRS history, with an in-depth story, beautiful photographs, and detailed collector's info/5.Get this from a library!
The electric guitar. [Nick Freeth; Charles Alexander, (Guitarist)] -- Illustrates the history of the electric guitar from early patents to modern design, describes construction trends, and highlights famous guitarists and guitar makers.
Kid’s Guitar Course 1 (Book, Enhanced CD & DVD) is a very popular guitar method book put out by Alfred Music Publishing. It was written as a method book for kids ages 5 and up.
This method is great for kids because it uses simple language that kids can understand and it has a few different cartoon dogs and an alligator (who likes the blues!).