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From the same 'dream team' that created The Fender Stratocaster Chronicles (Vintage Guitar magazine's 2004 Book of the Year) comes this extensive book covering the other side of Fender's legacy, the instrument amplifier. Revered as much as one's guitar, the Fender amplifier gets its due in this full-color, richly illustrated book. Features over 400 images, including legendary guitarists such as Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Neil Young, Pete Townshend, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Muddy Waters, Robbie Robertson and Dick Dale, and two CDs featuring over 120 tracks that make terms and topics come alive.


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  • Relié: 512 pages
  • Editeur : Hal Leonard Corporation; Édition : Har/Com (12 novembre 2007)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0634056131
  • ISBN-13: 978-0634056130
  • Dimensions du produit: 25,4 x 3,4 x 25,4 cm
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par PierreBA le 19 mai 2011
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Pour moi, LA méga Bible de l' histoire des amplis Fender !
Peu de technique ni schéma ici (à part léger topo sur les lampes,transfos, réglage
du Bias & HPs) mais alors TOUT sur, l'histoire... et surtout les modèles
d'amplis, les références, les artistes + le Son associé aux différents modèles +HP Cabinets !
Seul "parent pauvre": la série Bassman !
Sinon, c'est top, vous pouvez vous y retrouver, si vous cherchez un Son précis.
Super photos couleurs, énorme travail abouti...il faut prendre son temps pour le lire !
De plus, il y a 2 x CDs: infos et on a # 100 SampleAudio de ces amps Vintage & Reissue: complément très instructif !
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Great Read - Good CD 7 janvier 2008
Par Lens Guy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is really a treasure of information on Fender amps with enough pix to make you salivate.

The CD is ok but I expected more. Greg Koch's over the top playing (and commentary) can get a bit annoying.

Also, they just don't cover enough amps for my taste. No tweed pro, no tweed super, not enough time on the bassman.

The CD's are broken into two CD's. Vintage and Modern.

When they are talking about vintage deluxes, Koch decides to demo and spend most time onthe '57 Tweed Deluxe REISSUE!!!!!!!!! This to me dropped them a star since that should have been placed on the modern CD.

I guess there is not enough time to cover everything but I wish he did more.

The idea of a short clip of every Fender amp model ever made played with a tele, strat and LP makes me salivate ;).

This CD was an attempt to do that but falls short IMHO. However, it's better than nothing.
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I LOVE this book 29 octobre 2007
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I'm gradually becoming an avid amp fan. I have a technician's training, but little hands-on electronics experience. I've been playing guitar since my early teens, so that's over 40 years, now. In the past few years, I've bought several guitars and amps, and I'm having a great time with them. For whatever reason, I'm loving the electronics side of it. And I'm absolutely loving this book. For sure, it's not for everybody, although I *can* see this as a coffee table book, for the great photos, the musicians' quotes, and because I think a lot of people are attracted to music, bands, and instruments, etc.

I'm part way through the 3rd chapter, but I see myself reading it from cover to cover, and then looking for more. It makes me simultaneously want to play music AND build my own amplifier. The writing, in describing how the whole process of guitar amplification works, is the best I've yet seen. I've read enough about how electronic components work to be reasonably familiar with them, but Tom Wheeler writes in a way that I find *very* understandable and usable. He tells you how a component works, in a way that's true to the pure electronics aspect of it, but also how it works to change the sound. Then you know why a component is located, and used the way it is. You're not going to build an amplifier, using just this book, but you're going to understand a lot more about how that sound is generated.

But, this book does much, much more than talk about electronics. It's about Leo Fender, the Fender company, the amplifier industry, the development of 60 years worth of Fender's amplifiers, and how the music they produced affected our culture. And, it does a great job of it. It's accompanied by 2 CDs with sound samples of the various types of Fender amplifiers, so the reader can hear what's being described, instead of only imagining it.

So, if you like this kind of thing, then you will love this book, because it does superlative job of what it was created to do.
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The Soul of Tone is OUTSTANDING!!! 21 novembre 2007
Par Kenny C. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is second to none in information about the history of Fender Amps!

There are a tremendous amount of pictures and commentary from old time Fender employees and musicians throughout and this book is a GREAT buy for anyone that is a Fender enthusiast of any level.
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Whew, I finally finished it! 22 octobre 2009
Par Fender-Man - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Well I've had this book for 3 1/2 months and I finally finished it this morning. There sure is a lot of stuff in there. I can't say I enjoyed it as much as The Stratocaster Chronicles but it was still a great read. On the negative side, the chapter on electronics was a bit painful. As a 30-year electrical engineer, reading the amateurish attempts at explaining electronics made me cringe. I think the author should have gotten someone else to write that chapter. Towards the end there is a discussion of "true point-to-point" vs. eyelet board construction. What's conspicuously missing there is a comparison to PC board construction, which tends to be a very controversial topic. Also missing was any mention of the Amp Can, other than a photo.

If anything, I came away with a bit more of an appreciation for the non-vintage-style amps. Not that I would ever buy one, LOL.
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Soul of Tone Tells the Whole Story 2 décembre 2007
Par Blair Davey - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought my first Fender amp from Robb Lawrence in San Diego, in 1973. It was a 1964 Blackface Super Reverb - and I thought I'd never need or want another amp - but it was just the beginning. I've collected Fender amps since before they were "vintage", and sold more choice pieces than I care to remember - but kept some great examples, too. My current favorite is a 1956 5E3 narrow-panel Deluxe - but about the book......

The Soul of Tone provides enough detail about the history of Leo Fender's amplifiers to satisfy the most experienced collector, in a style that will hold the interest of a casual fan of popular music and its origins. I was attracted to the book as a reference tool (I try to buy most everything published about the modern guitar, bass, and amplifier topic), but found that it also offered some great stories about the people behind the brand, relationships with competitors, and how it all fit together. The photos are clear, plentiful, and cover the amps from the very beginning. Not much is left out out.

Two CDs are included with the book. One included provides (really well-played) examples of the sounds of the most commonly agreed-upon "choice" Fender amp models, by era and style. A second delivers a good representation of the current (modern and re-issued) tools available.

Anyone interested in having a guide for identifying and appreciating the nuances of the finest instrument amplifiers ever made must have this book. It's the best there is - so far.
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