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The Larsons' Creations: Guitars and Mandolins [Anglais] [CD]

Robert Carl Hartman , Robert Hartman

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Larsons' Creations Guitars and Mandolins 2 décembre 2008
Par Robert C. Hartman - Publié sur Amazon.com
The 2007 Centennial Edition, 312 beautifully designed pages that include a 32 page color section, is offered in hard cover and soft cover and has a companion CD featuring 12 artists playing a wide range of Larson built instruments on a broad spectrum of musical forms. The last 2 cuts are never before heard tapes of Jimi Hendrix playing his Stahl parlor guitar! The story of that guitar as well as those stories and photos of many other celebrities are revealed in the book. The final pages are short bios of the performers on the CD.
This is not a reprint of the 1996 edition but the 4th in a series starting in 1984 revealing the ever expanding knowlege of the fabulous guitar designs and innovations of the now famous Larson brothers of Maurer & Co., 1900-1944. The Centennial edition adds much in the way of family history going back to their roots in Sweden, historical data including serial number lists for all the brands built by the Larsons, and newly found body styles for the many sizes of guitars, harp guitars and mandolin family instruments. An asset for guitar identification! A brief pictoral and writen history of the guitar, harp guitar and mandolin in America, plus remembrances for Gene Autry, Patsy Montana, Michael Hedges and many others add to the value of this work. A must read for anyone who wants to be in the know about the premier designers/builders and pioneers of the the steel string flat-top guitars of the last century.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very comprehensive and well done. 29 novembre 2013
Par Michael Payne - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Amazing amount of information for folks interested in the Larson brothers work. Appears to be everything that's currently known about these brothers including the family's history, company records, instrument plans as well as great pics of many of the instruments they made.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A very interesting resource for vintage guitar fans 2 janvier 2011
Par Tim O'Neill - Publié sur Amazon.com
This new edition is substantially revised and expanded from previous versions. In addition to brief biographical summaries on the Larson Brothers, it contains reproductions of old musical instrument catalogs, Larson Brothers patents and many photographs of vintage Larson made instruments. There is also a CD included which features beautiful illustrative performances by Muriel Anderson on several different Larson instruments.

The book was written by Larson descendant Robert Hartman, who was himself a small boy when the Larson shop was closed for good in the mid-1940's. Putting together a comprehensive history of Larson instruments must have been a formidable challenge, as the two brothers did not leave behind extensive written records. Another complication is that they did not build guitars under their own names, often building for other manufacturers and distributors.

The information on the Larson Brothers and their instruments is presented clearly enough, although it would be nice if Mr. Hartmann and his editors had devoted more resources to proof-reading, spell-checking and basic grammar. The text is riddled with misspelled words ("devorced", "deseased"), disagreements in tense, and other obvious errors. However, this book is so unique and interesting that these amateurish flaws can be overlooked. The end result is an interesting coffee table book that is both a useful resource for the collector and a lot of fun to thumb through for the vintage guitar enthusiast.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Larson's Creations 30 juillet 2008
Par Kelly Kiemele - Publié sur Amazon.com
Very informative and thorough resource about the wonderful instruments created by these master luthiers. These instruements are finally becoming "known" as truely exceptional. There are still many undiscovered out there because many of us are unfamiliar with the and don't know how to identify them. The book will help you learn to do so.
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