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1001 Guitars to Dream of Playing Before You Die - Terry Burrows

1001 Guitars to Dream of Playing Before You Die

By: Terry Burrows, Dave Gregory (Foreword by)

Paperback Published: 18th November 2015
ISBN: 9781743366172
Number Of Pages: 960

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A visually stunning reference guide that traces the evolution of the most inflentual instrument of the last century.

Since the late nineteenth century, acoustic and electric guitars have graced every musical sphere. 1001 Guitars to dream of Playing Before You Die celebrates the diversity and popularity of this much loved instrument. All the classic names are here - Fender, Roland, Martin, Gretsch, and Rickenbacker - as well as important Japanese brands such as Ibanez, Yamaha, and Yeisco; European classics of the 1960s, including Burns, Hagstrom, Eko, and Hofner; obscure models from behind the 'Iron Curtain', such as Defil, Aelita, Resonet, and Musima; and present-day oil-can guitars built in South Africa.

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About the Author

Writer, musician and university lecturer, Terry Burrows, is among the world's best-selling authors on the subject of guitar and music tuition. Author of Guitars Illustrated (2011), he has sold in excess of four million books in at least a dozen different languages - not only in music but also on subjects as diverse as history, technology, and popular psychology. As a musician he has recorded more than forty albums under a variety of pseudonyms. Recent performances have included the prestigious Aldesburgh classical festival.

ISBN: 9781743366172
ISBN-10: 1743366175
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 960
Published: 18th November 2015
Publisher: Murdoch Books
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 20.8 x 13.8
Weight (kg): 1.93
Edition Number: 2

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