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Fender Stratocaster: The Life & Times of the World's Greatest Guitar & Its Players (Anglais) Relié – 16 novembre 2013

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Fender’s Stratocaster is arguably the number-one instrument icon of the guitar world. When introduced in 1954, its offset space-age lines, contoured body, and three-pickup configuration set the music world on its ear—it was truly unlike any guitar that had come before. In the hands of the world’s most beloved players, the Stratocaster has since become a popular weapon of choice among rock, blues, jazz, and country players and, not coincidentally, is also one of the most copied electric guitars of all time.
In this authoritatively written, painstakingly curated, and gloriously presented tribute to the 60-year-old Fender Stratocaster, author Dave Hunter covers the guitar’s history from concept, design, and model launch through its numerous variations and right up to the present. The story is illustrated with archival images of Stratocasters and their players in action, studio shots of Stratocasters of varied vintage and provenance, memorabilia associated with famous players, and profiles of over 30 noted Strat slingers through the ages. Influential rock’n’ rollers like Buddy Holly, Hank Marvin, Ike Turner, and Dick Dale; blues players like Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Robert Cray, Bonnie Raitt, and John Mayer; metal gods Richie Blackmore, Yngwie Malmsteen, and Dave Murray; esteemed rockers Jeff Beck, David Gilmour, Ronnie Wood, Robbie Robertson, Rory Gallagher, Mark Knopfler, and Wayne Kramer; and post-punk heroes The Edge, John Frusciante, and Billy Corgan are all included. And so, of course, is Jimi Hendrix. With its unprecedented level of detail and stunning visuals, The Fender Stratocaster is the only book tribute worthy of the world’s greatest guitar.

Biographie de l'auteur

Dave Hunter is a writer and musician who has worked in the United States and the U.K. on a range of print and multimedia publications. His books include The Fender Telecaster: The Life & Times of the Electric Guitar That Changed the World, The Home Recording Handbook, Star Guitars, Guitar Amp Handbook, The Rough Guide to Guitar, and several others. He also contributes regularly to Guitar Player and Vintage Guitar magazines. An active musician, Hunter lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, with his wife and two children.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Quickly! Make a revised edition of this book and I will buy that too! 18 décembre 2013
Par Antonio Fernandes - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I love this book! I collect books on guitars and I believe I have most of them if not all. A strat in any colour looks great; and this book does not disappoint at all. If you are a strat lover like me, then this is the book for you. If you like to see my book collection then here it is.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Stratophiles will enjoy this but for the price it falls a tad short. 24 juin 2014
Par WJN50 - Publié sur
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After having bought Dave Hunter's campanion book -The Fender Telecaster - I was eagar to receive this addition to my 'all things Fender' library. I also have a couple of other publications authored by Mr Hunter so I assumed his effort on the Stratocaster would be of similar depth. Certainly, the photography is outstanding and his ability to source so many rare and vintage instruments is testimony to his dedication. However, Dave's latest effort is, surprisingly, riddled with typos (careless proof reading) and even some factual errors, or certainly information that conflicts with other Fender officionados. I also deducted a Star, as much of the final part of the book was 'cut and pasted' from his Telecaster effort. Perhaps that made sense but it gave the impression that the book has a 'knock off' flavour to it which the price tag didn't reflect. Anyway, despite my 'nit picking' I still enjoyed it and some of the profile info on many of the featured 'Strat' exponents was enlightening.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Book History Strat 14 janvier 2014
Par Grey Day - Publié sur
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Great History Book.... covers most Fender strat stuff.... Great pictures. Good coffee table book. I like Dave Hunter's books. A must for Strat fans.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!! 20 novembre 2013
Par Babette - Publié sur
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Need I say more? Ok, I will. Giant beautiful pictures with great commentary and stories. I've read LOTS of Strat books, this had a lot of info that I didn't know about. That's what I like.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not Quite in Tune 13 août 2014
Par M. Vera - Publié sur
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This is a general review of three books from the same author and publisher covering the Les Paul, Stratocaster, and Telecaster. I am not a big fan of the broken narrative that is used throughout these books - especially when the major narrative sometimes repeats what is found in the "guitar bios". The choice of artists profiled is sometimes baffling. Without specifics, I had to wonder what contribution some of these "artists" have made to guitar playing. Better profiles of any of the artists can probably be found in Wiki (although I did not check each one). It would have been more interesting to list the bands the artists played with and the rigs they have used. The historical description of the development of each model left something to be desired - perhaps actual pictures of the models over time would have been better. The technical portion of each book should also have been more pictoral - as the descriptions were too curt. For example, why does one type of pickup produce a different sound than another or why is one type of magnet preferable to another. The books are not a bad read but they could have been much better.
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