The Official Vintage Guitar Magazine Price Guide 2017

Author: Alan Greenwood
Publisher: Vintage Guitar Books
ISBN: 1884883362
Release Date: 2016-10-01
Genre:

(Book). The Official Vintage Guitar Magazine Price Guide is the world's leading reference on the values of vintage and collectible instruments. Compiled using critical research and analysis, it appraises electric and acoustic guitars, amps, basses, effects, mandolins, steels and lap steels, ukuleles, and even banjos! With information on more than 2,000 brands along with 1,300 photos and more than 192,000 copies sold, The Guide remains the industry's hands-down leading source of pricing information.

The Official Vintage Guitar Magazine Price Guide 2018

Author: Alan Greenwood
Publisher:
ISBN: 1884883370
Release Date: 2017-10
Genre: Guitar

(Book). Knowledge and information are vital in the dynamic world of collectible guitars and gear, and no source provides it better than The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide. With listings for more than 2,000 brands along with 1,300 photos and more than 200,000 copies sold, The Guide is the industry's hands-down leading source of pricing information on guitars, basses, amps, effects, lap steels, steels, ukuleles, mandolins, and banjos all in one book!

The Official Vintage Guitar Magazine Price Guide

Author: Alan Greenwood
Publisher: Hal Leonard
ISBN: 1884883214
Release Date: 2009-10-01
Genre: Music

Uses market research and analysis to provide values for vintage or collectible instruments, including information on more than eighteen hundred brands accompanied by eleven hundred photographs.

The Official Vintage Guitar Magazine Price Guide 2016

Author: Alan Greenwood
Publisher: Vintage Guitar Books
ISBN: 1884883281
Release Date: 2015-10-15
Genre: Music

(Book). The Official Vintage Guitar Price Guide is the world's leading reference on the values of vintage and collectible instruments. Compiled using critical research and analysis, it appraises electric and acoustic guitars, amps, basses, effects, mandolins, steels and lap steels, ukuleles, and even banjos! With information on more than 2,000 brands along with 1,300 photos and more than 192,000 copies sold, The Guide remains the industry's hands-down leading source of pricing information.

Gruhn s Guide to Vintage Guitars

Author: George Gruhn
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 087930944X
Release Date: 2010
Genre: Music

"Gruhn's Guide to Vintage Guitars" is the most extensive and detailed list of specifications ever published for identifying, dating, and establishing the authenticity of an instrument. This new edition is enlarged and updated, making it once again the essential guide enabling collectors, dealers, players, and fans to determine the authenticity, rarity, and relative value of vintage acoustic and electric guitars, basses, mandolins, banjos, and amps. "Gruhn's Guide"'s thoroughness, detail, and clear organization have made it without peer, the must-have tool for discerning an instrument's manufacturer, model, and date - and most importantly, whether it is in original condition. Quote: 'you will not find a better guide, nor one that is so easy to use' - "Vintage Guitar" magazine.

Confessions of a Vintage Guitar Dealer

Author: Norman Harris
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9781495063879
Release Date: 2016-05-01
Genre: Music

(Book). In Confessions of a Vintage Guitar Dealer , Norman Harris tells how he became the world's leading seller of vintage guitars. As founder and owner of the legendary store Norman's Rare Guitars, he has sold some of the finest fretted sting instruments to the biggest stars in the world, including George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and many others. In 1970 Harris moved to Los Angeles in hopes of hitting the big time in music. His first plan was performing, but plan B was buying and selling guitars, and he had no idea how much opportunity for this there would be. Many groups came to LA also hoping to hit it big, but those who didn't might have to sell their instruments. This helped make early-1970s Los Angeles a haven for beautiful vintage guitars. At the same time, Hollywood was beginning to realize the value of time-correct instruments in film, and the recording industry recognized the high-quality sound vintage instruments produced. The value of these instruments has grown dramatically since the '70s, and the vintage guitar market has become an international phenomenon with Norman Harris at the center of it all. Filled with fascinating stories and insights into the entertainment business, Confessions of a Vintage Guitar Dealer is an intriguing memoir from a man who has spent a lifetime getting extraordinary instruments into the hands of extraordinary artists.

The Strat in the Attic 2

Author: Deke Dickerson
Publisher: Voyageur Press
ISBN: 9781627885560
Release Date: 2014-11-01
Genre: Music

More astounding stories of rare guitar finds and the music legends who owned them. Do you dream of finding a 1954 Stratocaster or 1952 Gibson Les Paul online, at a garage sale, or in the local penny saver? How about virtually rubbing elbows with one of your favorite rock legends? Following up his first-of-its-kind The Strat in the Attic, musician, journalist, and "guitarchaeologist" Deke Dickerson shares the stories behind dozens of more astounding finds including: A rarer-than-hens-teeth 1966 Hallmark Swept-Wing that originally belonged to Robbie Krieger of the Doors, stashed away in an attic in Alaska for forty years! A crazy-valuable 1958 Gibson Flying V belonging to a Chicago bluesman--who, it turns out, also happens to have an equally rare 1958 Gibson Explorer! An out-of-the-blue, a "to whom it may concern" email leads the author to a trailer park in Salem, Oregon, where one of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys' original 1940's Epiphone Emperor archtops is waiting to be purchased for a song! Luthier R.C. Allen relates the tales of buying Nat "King" Cole Trio guitarist Oscar Moore's Stromberg Master 400 archtop and of being gifted a 1953 Standel amp from Merle Travis! Buddy Merrill, the amazingly talented guitarist from the Lawrence Welk show, gives his 1970 Micro-Frets Huntington to the author, but only if he "promises to PRACTICE." Photos of the guitars and other exciting memorabilia round out a package that no vintage-guitar aficionado will want to be without!

A Desktop Reference of Hip Vintage Guitar Amps

Author: Robert Watkins
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 0964106000
Release Date: 1994
Genre: Music

(Book). If you have questions about guitar amplifiers-how to fix them, how to restore them, or how to hot-rod them-this book has the answer. This book is written for the guitarist or collector who desires a common sense approach to understanding the essence of vintage tube amps and vintage tube tone. Not written for engineers, it does not contain engineering formulas, polar mathematic equations, or abbreviations that are assumed you should know. Gerald Weber, a regular columnist for Vintage Guitar magazine, shares the knowledge he has accumulated over the years of repairing and building his line of Kendrick amps.

The Tube Amp Book

Author: Aspen Pittman
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 0879307676
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Music

(Book). Already known as the bible of tubes and tube amps, The Tube Amp Book is now even better! This deluxe revised edition contains 40% new material, with a comprehensive A-Z section covering all the great tube amp manufacturers, with histories, photos and information. Brands include Ampeg, Dr. Z, Fender, Gibson, Hiwatt, Marshall, Matchless, Mesa/Boogie, Orange, Vox, Watkins and many others. Features a CD-ROM with 800 available schematic and layout diagrams, from Ampeg to Western Electric, plus dramatically improved design and page layout. The book's technical tips, in-depth electronic specs and explanations, over 350 schematic diagrams, and full-color plates make it a must-have for the legions of tube-tone fanatics. Hardcover with convenient enclosed spiral binding.

How to Build Electric Guitars

Author: Will Kelly
Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)
ISBN: 9780760342244
Release Date: 2012-06-15
Genre: Music

In the past few years the market for electric guitar kits and parts has exploded. For every two enthusiasts, there are four opinions on how properly to fill woodgrain. In this book, Will Kelly cuts through all that noise and shows how, with a little patience and some inexpensive tools, the average person can turn a modest investment into a gig-worthy instrument and perhaps even a lifelong hobby. Kelly presents guitar-building in a progressive fashion, beginning with a simple Stratocaster-style kit with a bolt-on neck and continuing on to a "relic'd" Telecaster-style build, two Gibson-style set-neck models, and a custom double-neck mash-up. Because each build is more involved than the previous, the reader builds on his or her skill set and acquires only the tools necessary for the reader's level of interest. Kelly shows how to apply finishes, choose and install hardware, wire electronics, execute the final assembly, and set up the finished guitar for proper action and intonation.

Gibson Guitars

Author: Gil Hembree
Publisher: Gh Books
ISBN: UCSD:31822034647776
Release Date: 2007
Genre: Music

Gibson Guitars: Ted McCarty's Golden Era is a long overdue book that covers the world's greatest period of guitar manufacturing. As CEO of Gibson Guitars from 1948 to 1966, Ted McCarty presided over the production of nearly one million instruments and amplifiers. 1950s Gibson Les Paul Standards, Flying Vs, Explorers, and ES-335s are considered to be some of the most valuable fretted instruments in the world. This book is Ted McCarty's first and only complete biography, and a book that gives us a glimpse into a golden era of his factory and his loyal employees who made some of the world's most desirable guitars. It features over 100 photographs, some from Ted's personal archives and never before published. "Ted McCarty was the architect of a Golden period in Gibson's history. During his 18-year tenure, he helped to reestablish the company's historic leadership in the industry through a number of musical innovations that still resonate today." Gibson Chairman and CEO Henry E. Juszkiewicz

Gibson Guitars

Author: Walter Carter
Publisher: Gibsons Pub
ISBN: 0972751009
Release Date: 2003-03-01
Genre: Music


Blue Book of Electric Guitars

Author: Zachary R. Fjestad
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
ISBN: 1886768730
Release Date: 2008-03-01
Genre: Antiques & Collectibles

The 11th edition Blue Book of Electric Guitars is the largest, most comprehensive book ever published on electric guitars - much of the information included is simply not available anywhere else, for any price!

Blue Book of Acoustic Guitars

Author: Zachary R. Fjestad
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
ISBN: 1886768749
Release Date: 2008-03-01
Genre: Antiques & Collectibles

If you're looking for a single publication with the most complete information and up-to-date pricing on thousands of acoustic and acoustic-electric models, the newest 11th edition is the only book for you!

Guild Guitar Book

Author: Hans Moust
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 0634009664
Release Date: 1999-11-01
Genre: Music

(Book). Guild guitars have been around since the early 1950s, and by the beginning of the '60s, the company had established a solid reputation for its electric and acoustic archtops, which are still widely regarded today. Despite this enduring popularity, little was known about the history of Guild. The Guild Guitar Book is the result of years of intensive research and countless photo sessions. It includes a thorough history of the company and its guitars, including serial numbers, specifications, original prices, and all the information needed to date Guild guitars. Features hundreds of photos, with a beautiful 40-page color section. Now Back in Print!