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What a relaxing an enjoyable read, combining a fun way to look at the development of the guitar as well as an insider's look at "how it's made!"Published 2 months ago by Phillip E. Smart
This book alternates chapters of guitar history with chapters about the author and the luthier who made a guitar specifically for him. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jack M. Walter
Fascinating story of having a custom guitar built. The author uses that stepping stone to cover a broad history of guitars and guitar players. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. S. Morse
The writing is very unorganized, with too few chapters and confusing trail of thought. 1 2 3 4 5 6Published 6 months ago by B. E.
I'm a huge history guy and researcher by nature so this book more than entertained me. I had no idea it would be so well written. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ivaduck
Gave as a gift so i don't know if it has been read. A bit ragged appearance as it was a signed original edition. Received a slight rebate due to the condition. Satisfied.Published 11 months ago by lauren king
This book is filled with great stories of guitar players as it walks through the history of guitars and guitar music in the US. Read morePublished 12 months ago by redsquirrel
I enjoyed the book.
Although the history of the guitar is exhaustive, and there was one especially gruesome depiction of racist torture in the South... Read more
An Entertainingly comprehensive history of the guitar interwoven with the art and anxious anticipation of awaiting a luthier's personal creation of one's own once in a lifetime... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Steven Rolnick