Classic Guitars of the 60s
How the Electric Guitar and Its Players Dominated A Revolutionary Decade of Mind-blowing MusicBook - 1997 | 1st American ed
Everything changed in the Sixties, not least music. At the heart of this mesmerizing decade was the electric guitar. Bent, distorted, reverbed and overloaded, its sound drove some of the most revolutionary music ever made. This colorful book, decked out with 340 color photos and four fold-out spreads, traces the guitars, players and music of the '60s year by year - from folk-rock to surf to psychedelia, plus jazz, blues and country. A special section features The Beatles and their influential axes.
Publisher: San Francisco, CA : Miller Freeman Books, 1997
Edition: 1st American ed
Branch Call Number: 787.87 CLA 1997
Characteristics: 88 p. : ill
Alternative Title: Classic guitars of the sixties