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Celebrate the world’s most seductive instrument. An obsessive, full-color book in the irresistible format of Shoes and Handbags—which together have over 700,000 copies in print—guitarS delivers a feast of 500 guitars in vibrant color, plus players, makers, legends, myths, and more. Here are guitars that made history, that changed the course of music, that inspired new generations of players and listeners. Here are milestones in the guitar's search for its true self—Torres's classical, the amazing Gibson L-5—and experiments that ushered in a new world of sound—Rickenbacker's "Frying Pan" and Les Paul's "Log." Plus B. B. King's Lucille, Willie Nelson's Trigger, Eric Clapton's Brownie, the J-160E that John Lennon played during his 1968 "bed-in" with Yoko, Jimi Hendrix's hand-painted Flying V in full psychedelic regalia. And the far-out Gittler—no body, no neck, no peghead, yet every inch a guitar. Also here are profiles of famous builders, including C. F. Martin, Orville Gibson, Leo Fender—the Henry Ford of guitars—and the mad genius Lloyd Loar. And individual luthiers, like Linda Manzer (her Pikasso II has 42 tunable strings), the maverick Ken Parker, and old-world artisan John D'Angelico, staring at skyscrapers from his Lower East Side shop and creating the ultimate art deco masterpiece, "The New Yorker." Marrying visual pleasure with layers of information, Guitars captures the soul, the significance, history, magic, and the raw mojo of this most beloved of instruments.

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Strange Brew: Eric Clapton and the British Blues Boom Strange Brew: Eric Clapton and the British Blues Boom

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This definitive look at the British blues explosion centers around three guitarists: Peter Green, Mick Taylor, and especially Eric Clapton. Describing the groups they played in from 1965 to 1970, including John’s Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, Cream, Fleetwood Mac, Blind Faith, and The Rolling Stones, the book is presented in an engaging day-by-day format. With a wealth of illustrations and never-before-published details, the book reveals the way the musicians behind the blues boom worked together, influenced each other, and pushed one another to ever greater achievements.

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Legends of Rock Guitar Legends of Rock Guitar

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(Book). This book is a virtual encyclopedia of great electric guitar players, with 35 chapters examining the major players in each important era of rock. The book begins with rock's birth from the blues, covering masters like Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters. It proceeds to cover rockabilly greats like Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Buddy Holly; through the mop tops and matching suits of the British Invasion; to the psychedelia of the Dead and Hendrix; glam rock's dresses and distortion; fusion virtuosos like Metheny, Gambale, and Henderson; metal masters; shred stars; grunge gods; grindcore; and much more. Legends of Rock Guitar is not only a great resource for guitar fans, but an interesting and well-researched chronology of the rock idiom. 264 pages, 8-1/2 x 11

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Gibson Les Paul Goldtop -295?

I'm thinking of buying a gibson lp 298, but I want to install two Seymour Duncan P90's in it instead of using humbuckers values. the will of p90 is to fit in, or is this impossible? my ideal setup is the Goldtop with a Bigsby tremolo and two Seymour Duncan P90. I've been looking for that installation, but you can only find the lp 295 with 57 trucks and a Bigsby. tion of type I was 295 by the way!

Why not look at Seymour Duncan P-rails. This is twice the size of a pill that has a P-90 and a thin single coil togther. This gives three different tones, P90, single coil and humbucker (both coils combined). These http://www.seymourduncan.com/products/electric/humbucker/progressive/prails_shpr1/ be a direct drop in replacement humbuckers on the Les Paul. I would push-pull pots went on to make the switching of the coil, probably only between P90 and humbucking modes, since no single coil I would be very thin good in a Lester.

Gibson Les Paul Custom with bigsby---DEMO nickel hardware

Gibson Bigsby Les