Guitar : The World’S Most Seductive Instrument

Guitar : The World’S Most Seductive Instrument

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Workman Press.
“Schiller delivers a delightful photographic survey of 200 famous and innovative guitars.  This volume would make an excellent conversation piece on any guitar enthusiast’s coffee table.” — Publisher's Weekly 


A celebration of the world's most seductive instrument, with large full-color photographs plus lore, players, makers, legends. Inspiring to look through, and—with a slipcase—beautiful to hold.

Celebrate the significance, the magic, and the mojo of the world’s most seductive instrument.
 
An obsessive, full-color book presented in an irresistible slipcase, Guitar features 200 instruments in stunning detail. Here are icons, like Prince’s Yellow Cloud, Willie Nelson’s “Trigger,” Muddy Water’s Thunderbird, and “Rocky,” lovingly hand-painted by its owner, George Harrison. Historic instruments—Fender’s Broadcaster, Les Paul’s “Log,” the Gibson Nick Lucas Special, the very first artist model. Hand-carved archtops, pinnacles of the luthier’s art, from John D’Angelico to Ken Parker. Stunning acoustics from a new wave of women builders, like Rosie Heydenrych of England, who’s known to use 5,000-year-old wood retrieved from a peat bog. And quirky one-of-a-kind guitars, like Linda Manzer’s Pikasso II—four necks, 42 strings, and a thousand pounds of pressure.
 
Marrying pure visual pleasure with layers of information, Guitar is a glorious gift for every guitar-lover

Baker & Taylor
A collection of photographs and information about over 200 guitars, including some used by famous artists such as Prince, Muddy Waters and George Harrison as well as one-of-a-kind instruments. 40,000 first printing. Illustrations.

Publisher: Workman, Oct 2019
ISBN: 9781523507726
Branch Call Number: O/700

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