Guitarists who play a modern electric guitar can't expect it to be perfectly matched to their own playing style. This new real-world book acknowledges that crucial fact, and in a nontechnical way shows exactly how to improve things, with sequences of large photographs and clear, concise text. The Player's Guide to Guitar Maintenance offers simple and straightforward advice, and sets realistic targets for understanding and improving every electric guitar.
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Dave Burrluck's book handles double duty: it's useful as a reference guide and it's an excellent coffee table book for the avid guitar freak...lists for $24.95, so I guess that means it pays for itself the first time you use it. Not bad. -- Cosmik Debris webzine, January 1999
Here is a new book geared to those without specialized repair skills...The illustrations are particularly effective in detailing the minute adjustments involved in intonation. These basic skills allow players to respond quickly to changing conditions during performance or recording instead of depending on visits to repair technicians. -- Library Journal, October 15, 1998
If you play electric guitar, you need this book. -- Guitar Player, May 1999
May be just what the Drs. Gibson and Fender ordered...a valuable tool in understanding how guitars work. -- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 22, 1998
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Book Description Backbeat Books, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0879305495
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