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  • The Guitar Chord Shapes of Charlie Christian

    Charlie Christian was one of the most influential jazz guitarists of the swing era, an innovator and accomplished player who brought the guitar closer to the front of the band rather than the rhythm instrument it began as. Chord shapes form a visual frame of reference for the player, so it is easier to play the single note, improvised horn-like ...

    SKU: AM3963

  • Tango for Guitar

    Tango for Guitar

    SKU: AM4234

  • The Gibson 335 - Its History and Its Players

    Gibson's first "semi-acoustic" the ES-335, which was neither totally solid nor fully acoustic, is the guitar of choice used by many famous guitarists such as Andy Summers, Elvin Bishop, Leetenour, Jay Graydon, Robben Ford, Freddie King, John McLaughin, Jimmy Page, Chuck Berry, Tony Mottola, Johnny Rivers, Jack Wilkins, Bono, Grant Green, Eric Cl...

    SKU: AM4235

  • Pickups - Windings and magnets…and the Guitar Became Electric

    For the first time a book for all guitar collectors about the history of the pickups for electric guitar, from the first experiments to the development of the classic models conceived for Rickenbacker, Gibson, Fender, Gretsch, Danelectro, Epiphone, up to today's handcrafted replacement models, with an overview of Japanese and European manufactur...

    SKU: AM4388

  • D'Angelico: Master Guitar Builder - What's In a Name?

    No name resonates across the spruce and maple boundaries of the classic American guitar like that of John D'Angelico. Here in personal histories, anecdotes, and first-hand accounts, those who knew the master and those had the privilege of owning a D'Angelico guitar, share their stories of the man and his priceless instruments. You'll hear from J...

    SKU: AM4542

  • Moderne: Holy Grail of Vintage Guitars

    The Moderne is an electric guitar designed by Gibson in 1957 alongside the Flying V and Explorer as part of a stylistically advanced line. Sources claim that Gibson made a handful of prototypes, but an original has yet to surface. The Moderne was eventually put into production in 1982. Because of their very limited production and forward design,...

    SKU: AM4684

  • ASAP Guitarist Guide To String Bending & Vibrato

    String bending and vibrato are two of the most popular Guitar techniques used in all musical styles, yet for most beginning and intermediate players, gaining control of them might seem overwhelming. This book outlines some of the most common bending and vibrato techniques and licks, teaching them in an easy-to-digest manner to help you see and h...

    SKU: AM4901

  • New World Music

    This history guide will take you to the music of Cuba, Bahamas, Antigua, Barbuda, Puertoco, The Lesser Antilles, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Costa Rica, plus a very special music style from Beliza, Honduras, Guatemala and from the coast of Nicaragua named: 'Garifuña,' ending with the United States of Ame...

    SKU: AM4936

  • Electric Guitar Construction

    With this definitive book on building an electric guitar, you can create your own axe masterpiece, with the precise finish, the exact pickups, and the custom hardware you've always wanted. Organized logically from start to finish, this helpful guide will assist you every step of the way; from the design and planning stage to the final setup. Als...

    SKU: AM4938

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