Backbeat Books Boutique Acoustics: 160 Years Of Hand-Built American Guitars  

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Boutique Acoustics: 180 Years of Hand-Built Guitars tells the history behind the important acoustic guitar makers “ some recognizable, some obscure “ who all have played a key part in the evolution of the instrument and the myriad acoustic guitar models we have on the market today. The book covers the birth of the steel-string, the rise of small factories, the advent of œone-man shops, the origins of various trends in guitar construction “ the design of cutaways; the use of a variety of woods, polishes, and other aesthetic detailing; and the incorporation of high-tech materials, such as carbon fiber and Nomex “ and more. Makers covered include Ashborn, Bohmann, Bruno, Gibson, Guild, Tilton, Washburn, Martin, Bozo, Gallagher, Ernie Ball, Klein, Taylor, Bourgeois, Tony Yamamoto, Zimnicki, and others. Also included in this lavishly illustrated volume is a comprehensive guide to every significant US maker, descriptions of the most popular styles, and a detailed reference section about boutique guitar models.


Boutique Acoustics: 160 Years Of Hand-Built American Guitars Specifications:

180 Years of Hand-Built American Guitars
Series: Book
Publisher: Backbeat Books
Format: Softcover
Author: Michael John Simmons
Inventory #HL 00124178
ISBN: 9781480367128
UPC: 884088964214
Width: 8.5"
Length: 11.0"
144 pages
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