The Golden Age of Fender

The Golden Age of Fender

1946-1970

Book - 2010
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The Stratocaster. The Telecaster. During the quarter-century following World War II, Fender guitars didn't just make music. They made musical history. Those spectacular years are remembered and celebrated in this definitive new book, which tells the story of the Fender company and the wondrous instruments it created.

Featuring 250 photographs of Fender guitars-including some extremely rare guitars in private collections-as well as the largest collection of Fender advertising ever assembled, this gorgeously designed volume is a comprehensive account of Fender's golden age. It will be irresistible to anyone interested in guitars, rock 'n' roll, or mid-century American collectibles and ephemera. Like the guitars it documents, the book simply brings down the house.

Publisher: London : Cassell Illustrated, 2010
ISBN: 9781844036660
1844036669
Branch Call Number: 787.8719 K297g 2010
Characteristics: 287 p. : chiefly ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm
Additional Contributors: Kelly, Paul
Foster, Terry

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