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Squier Electrics

Author: Tony Bacon
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SQUIER ELECTRICS: 30 YEARS OF FENDER'S BUDGET GUITAR BRAND


60 Years of Fender

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60 YEARS OF FENDER: SIX DECADES OF THE GREATEST ELECTRIC GUITARS


The Brown Boveri Review

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The Gretsch Electric Guitar Book

Author: Tony Bacon
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(Book). Gretsch electric guitars have a style all their own a glitzy, wacky, retro charm that over the years has drawn players from all kinds of popular music, from timeless stars to unknown teens. The Beatles, Chet Atkins, Duane Eddy, and Brian Setzer all made their mark with Gretsch, and new bands continually discover and fall in love with the Falcons, Gents, 6120s, Jets, and the rest. The Gretsch Electric Guitar Book comes right up to the present, including Gretsch's alliance to the powerful Fender company, a move that has done wonders for the reliability and playability of the modern Gretsch axe. Every great model is here, but the book also tells the story of the lesser-known guitars and the projects that almost never happened. There are archival and fresh interviews with Gretsch personnel over the years and with many leading Gretsch players, including Chet Atkins, Billy Duffy, Duane Eddy, and Brian Setzer. In the tradition of Tony Bacon's best-selling series of guitar books, his updated and revised story of Gretsch is three great volumes in one: a compendium of luscious pictures of the coolest guitars; a gripping story from early exploits to the most recent developments; and a detailed collector's guide to every production electric Gretsch model ever made.


Learn Guitar

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Learning to play the electric guitar is a long, sometimes difficult, journey. Learn Guitar presents all the facts, professional tutorials, and includes 98 tracks of instruction to make it easier. Whether you're strumming campfire cords or shredding on a Flying V, Learn Guitar is an excellent resource for all those who starting to play the guitar. This insightful guide comes with a two-part book, plus a 98-track CD; which all adds up to a comprehensive overview of the instrument. The first portion of the book, Facts, offers comprehensive information on every significant maker and model in the history of the guitar. Meticulously compiled and beautifully illustrated, you will get to know the essential instrument makers with all the facts, figures, and detail you need. This is a history that comes with full details of all the principal models along with insider information and dozens of high-quality photographs of great electric instruments. The second portion, Tutor, presents a step-by-step course in playing the electric guitar in many modern styles, including rock, metal, pop, funk, and Americana. Master today's hottest electric guitar styles with this progressive program of riffs, licks, and exercises. A 98-track CD or digital QRE code accompanies the tutor with a full program of graded exercises, professionally played and recorded to help you make rapid progress. Listen and learn with a packed program of playing essentials to help you get more from your music.


Crocker Langley San Francisco Directory

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Electronics World

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Some issues, Aug. 1943-Apr. 1954, are called Radio-electronic engineering ed. (called in 1943 Radionics ed.) which include a separately paged section: Radio-electronic engineering (varies) v. 1, no. 2-v. 22, no. 7 (issued separately Aug. 1954-May 1955).


PIE Publications Indexed for Engineering

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The electric guitar

Author: Paul Trynka
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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. Completely updated for this new edition in paperback, this classic book is an essential addition to all guitar enthusiasts' bookshelves. Updated edition of the classic title The Electric Guitar, including a brand new section on 90s Retro and Britpop and a new profile on the 90s classic guitar Specially commissioned photography that brings out the full color and texture of the guitars. Foreword by Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones.


Electrical Review

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