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Electric guitars by Rob Goudy
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Electric guitars

by Rob Goudy

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764309641, Hardcover)

With over 450 color photographs, this book presents a brilliant review of electric guitars from their early years in the mid-20th century to the present day. A broad range of instruments are illustrated, produced by companies both large and small, including Fender, Gibson, Guild, Ampeg, and Ibanez. Also included are a history of the development of the electric guitar, brief histories of the companies represented, and lists of serial numbers to assist in dating the instruments. Values for the instruments presented are included in the captions.

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