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Classic Guitars of the 50's; the Electric Guitar and the Musical Revolution of the 50's

Bacon, Tony (editor)

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ISBN 10: 0879304278 / ISBN 13: 9780879304270
Edité par MILLER FREEMAN, SAN FRANCISCO, 1996
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the Electric Guitar and the Muscical Revolution of the 50's by 15 of the world's leading Guitar Writers, Dj in fine condition, ex-price labeled on front flap, text is unmarked, clean pages body and Dj, good tight binding DATE PUBLISHED: 1996 EDITION: FIRST ED 88. N° de réf. du libraire 089116

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Titre : Classic Guitars of the 50's; the Electric ...

Éditeur : MILLER FREEMAN, SAN FRANCISCO

Date d'édition : 1996

Reliure : HARD BACK BLACK

Illustrateur : MARION APPLETON

Etat du livre :GOOD+. JACKET: GOOD DJ

Etat de la jaquette : Dust Jacket Included

Edition : FIRST ED.

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The first book of its kind, Classic Guitars of the '50s analyzes these intruments and their impact within the context of the music of the day. The book showcases more than 75 key instruments made by the great manufacturers, including the Fender Broadcaster (1950); Gibson Les Paul (1952); and Gibson ES-355 (1959). 200 color photos. Size D. Online promo.

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Several vintage reference books and guitar photo books have been published, but this is the first that analyzes the development of the electric guitar as pop icon and its impact within the context of the music and the culture of the 1950s. The backdrop of cultural influences on musical innovations such as Chuck Berry's electric R&B (not to mention his duckwalk), Buddy Holly's electric pop, Duane Eddy's famous twang, and Chet Atkins's pop-country hybrid sound is as much a key to the music as the musicians and their instruments. Certainly the Fifties was a defining period for electric guitars, giving birth to the Gibson Les Paul and ES-335, Fender Precision Bass and Stratocaster, Gretch 6120, and many others. For this new work, 15 of the leading guitar writers from around the world have been asked to offer their insights into the growth and popularity of popular music of the 1950s and the electric guitars used to produce it. Edited by Bacon, author of ten books on vintage and collectible guitars, this work is well recommended for both academic and public libraries.?Eric C. Shoaf, Brown Univ. Lib., Providence
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