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Star Guitars: Guitars and Players That Have…
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Star Guitars: Guitars and Players That Have Helped Shape Modern Music

by Neville Marten

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0931759838, Paperback)

Star Guitars looks at the relationships between the guitars and their players that have made music what it is today. Features 102 color pages and interesting accounts of great musicians and the guitar companies that forged the way into the future: Fender, Gibson, Gretsch, Martin, as well as international manufacturers like John Birch, Burns, Hofner, Warwick, and Zemaitis. Written by Guitarist magazine editor Nevelle Marten, with a foreword by Gary Moore. Full-color throughout.

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