Hailed by Guitar Player magazine as qperhaps the finest book on guitars ever produced, q and by Booklist as qa Rolls Royce of construction guidebooks, q this impressive volume is the first book of its kind to describe in depth how both steel-string and classical guitars are actually designed and built. Over 450 photographs, drawings, and diagrams reveal in exquisite detail the hows, whys, and how-to's of the traditional craft of guitarmaking, all accompanied by fascinating historical and technical notes. A comprehensive bibliography; a list of tools, materials, and supply sources; and a full index complete this uniquely authoritative reference -- and essential acquisition -- for guitar and craft enthusiasts, woodworkers, and students of instrument making everywhere.Hailed by Guitar Player magazine as aquot;perhaps the finest book on guitars ever produced, aquot; and by Booklist as aquot;a Rolls Royce of construction guidebooks, aquot; this impressive volume is the first book of its kind to describe in depth how both steel ...
|Title||:||Guitarmaking: Tradition and Technology|
|Author||:||William Cumpiano, Jonathan D. Natelson|
|Publisher||:||Chronicle Books - 1994-02-01|