Electrified: The Art of the Contemporary Electric Guitar

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With more highly skilled luthiers at work than ever before, ours is a golden age of the electric guitar. Presenting superbly crafted electric guitars as fine art, this beautifully photographed book gives 125 master luthiers from 15 countries the spotlight--artisans who have custom-built instruments for the likes of Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Steve Miller, George Benson, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. From the invention of the electric guitar in the 1930s to its development in the 1960s to present-day innovations, ...
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Overview

With more highly skilled luthiers at work than ever before, ours is a golden age of the electric guitar. Presenting superbly crafted electric guitars as fine art, this beautifully photographed book gives 125 master luthiers from 15 countries the spotlight--artisans who have custom-built instruments for the likes of Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Steve Miller, George Benson, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. From the invention of the electric guitar in the 1930s to its development in the 1960s to present-day innovations, Electrified is a lovingly detailed look at these beautifully produced instruments . . . and the talented people who make them.

 

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402747748
  • Publisher: Sterling Signature
  • Publication date: 11/1/2011
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 785,281
  • Product dimensions: 10.76 (w) x 11.58 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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Robert Shaw is the author of Hand Made, Hand Played: The Art & Craft of Contemporary Guitars, Great Guitars, American Quilts, Bird Decoys, and many other critically acclaimed books on American crafts and folk art. The former curator at the Shelburne Museum in Vermont, Shaw lectures and writes on many aspects of American folk arts and crafts. He has curated exhibitions at major museums and expositions in the United States, Europe, and Japan, including the National Gallery of Art, and serves as a consultant to museums, collectors, and auction houses. He lives in Vermont. His website is www.roberteshaw.com
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