The PRS Guitar Book: A Complete History of Paul Reed Smith Guitars (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 2000
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Beautiful pictures, organized layout by date, interesting history and photos from when PRS was a kid with talent that shines through.
It's billed as a paperback, but don't let that stop you, It's a large beautiful, colorful, coffee table book, stuffed with information and classy photos.
If you own a PRS like me and want some information, be aware that this book covers the early days to 2007. That's right 2007. Nothing after that. So, if you're like me, and have a limited edition 2008 PRS, Buzzzzzzz, you're out.
Still, it's worth the money.
Burrluck scripted a well written history of PRS including historical facts, interviews with people who are as much part of the success as Mr. Smith himself, and the guitars, who are and should be the centerpiece. Each line of guitars were created for specific reasons and Burrluck weaves those expertly into the history. He details how Smith persuaded artists to buy his guitars and the innovations that helped launch PRS Guitars along the way including a patented tremolo that was thought impossible until Santana asked specifically for it...and Paul obliged after hard work.
For the history minded person, this is a great American business success story. For the guitarist, this is a great story about the evolution of PRS guitars but also a great picture book of the guitars made to 2007. For the PRS fanatic---this is a must-have book.
The narrative never leaves the reader weary and the pictures of the guitars help provide the reader visuals of the story details. It is a great quick read that feels like someone has narrated it to you in a story-like manner. Ok, it was quick if I didn't take a long time staring at the pictures.
My only complaint as of today...we need a revision since this takes the story to 2007! I'll be happy to help!