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Gibson's Fabulous Flat-top Guitars

Gibson's Fabulous Flat-top Guitars
  • Author: Eldon Whitford
  • Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
  • ISBN: 0879309628
  • Page: 220
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"Through detailed text and more than two hundred photos, this book chronicles the development and evolution of Gibson's fabulous flat-tops, discusses the musical properites of individual models, and shows why these guitars have been the ...

"Through detailed text and more than two hundred photos, this book chronicles the development and evolution of Gibson's fabulous flat-tops, discusses the musical properites of individual models, and shows why these guitars have been the choice of so many great musicians, professional and amateur alike, over the last eighty years." --Book Jacket.


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