American Guitars: An Illustrated History
American Guitars details the year-to-year development of scores of individual models and covers the stories of all major U.S. manufacturers. Encyclopedic in form, it is extensively cross-referenced and highly readable and brims with tales of accidental discoveries, partnerships, rivalries, and feuds. Color and black-and-white photographs.
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