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Guitar Player Repair Guide

Guitar Player Repair Guide Author Dan Erlewine
ISBN-10 0879309210
Release 2007-01
Pages 320
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Covers set-up, maintenance, tuners, acoustic adjustments, nut replacement, fret dressing, refretting, guitar electronics, finish application and repair, and useful tools.



Guitar Setup Maintenance Repair

Guitar Setup  Maintenance   Repair Author JOHN LEVAN
ISBN-10 9781609742171
Release 2011-02-24
Pages 152
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This guide will use photographs, diagrams and sketches made by the author and some provided by various manufacturers to teach how to clean, condition, adjust the action and properly intonate your acoustic guitar, as well as: John's trade secrets on hand-carving bone nuts and bridge saddles, wiring and fretwork. John has also included a chapter on identifying and diagnosing problem guitars. It even includes a forward written by Bob Taylor of Taylor Guitars. This book is perfect to teach a beginner or a reference for the guitar repair professional.



How to Make Your Electric Guitar Play Great

How to Make Your Electric Guitar Play Great Author
ISBN-10 1617744778
Release 2011
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How to Make Your Electric Guitar Play Great has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from How to Make Your Electric Guitar Play Great also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full How to Make Your Electric Guitar Play Great book for free.



Alfred s Teach Yourself Guitar Repair Maintenance

Alfred s Teach Yourself Guitar Repair   Maintenance Author John Carruthers
ISBN-10 9781457421310
Release 2005-05-03
Pages 80
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John Carruthers, legendary guitar builder and repair guru to the stars, has teamed up with Alfred Music to produce this ultimate beginner's guide to guitar repair and maintenance. Comprehensive, step-by-step instructions and close-up shots clarify how to set the action for ultimate playability, adjust for bulletproof intonation, and keep any guitar in top condition for a lifetime. Also includes steps on setting up and adjusting Floyd Rose tremolo systems, soldering and maintaining electronics, the proper way to remove and install strings on both standard guitars and Floyd Rose systems, and exact specs for the action, nut action, and truss rod adjustments of electric guitars, acoustics, and 4- and 5-string basses.



Complete Guitar Repair

Complete Guitar Repair Author Hideo Kamimoto
ISBN-10 9781783235186
Release 1997-11-14
Pages 174
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Absolutely everything on the repair, set-up, restoration and construction of acoustic and electric guitars. Hundreds of illustrations. A must for every true guitarist.



Guitar Repair

Guitar Repair Author Irving Sloane
ISBN-10 093322415X
Release 1973
Pages 94
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Guitar Repair has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Guitar Repair also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Guitar Repair book for free.



Hal Leonard Guitar Method Setup Maintenance

Hal Leonard Guitar Method   Setup   Maintenance Author Chad Johnson
ISBN-10 9781476861944
Release 2011-08-01
Pages 32
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(Guitar Method). Here's your complete guide to getting your guitars to play and sound their best! Step-by-step instructions and photos teach how to adjust the action, truss rod, bridge saddles, nut, intonation and more on electric guitars and steel string acoustic guitars. Basic electronic repairs are covered as well. This book will get you started on the road to becoming your own guitar repairman.



Electric Guitar Setups

Electric Guitar Setups Author Hideo Kamimoto
ISBN-10 0825613795
Release 1994
Pages 84
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The ins and outs of today's elaborate guitar hardware are examined in this book, with complete instructions on adjusting and tweaking your electric guitar setup. It serves as a guide to getting the best sound and feel from the electric or acoustic-electric guitar. Over 120 charts and illustrations will help you in achieving that perfect sound.



How to Setup Your Guitar Like a Pro

How to Setup Your Guitar Like a Pro Author Jonny Blackwood
ISBN-10 9780991854141
Release 2013-03
Pages 56
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Learn how to do great guitar setups time and time again with this easy to follow, step-by-step manual. With expert tips, clear instruction over 100 photos, you will gain the understanding on how to fine-tune your guitar to play it's best. Makes an excellent starter book or reference for budding professionals. ***Now updated and expanded with additional content including a section on restringing, neck shimming, scale length determination and new images!*** Included in the Book: An 8 step method on setting up your electric or acoustic guitar; How to adjust Fender-style tremolo's, Gibson hard-tails, Floyd Rose and other floating bridge types; How to adjust the saddle on your acoustic steel string or nylon string guitar; How to file nut slots; Setup spec's for electric, acoustic, classical and bass guitar; Manufacturer's setup spec's from Fender, Gibson, Ibanez, Jackson, Gretsch and others; Exclusive setup specifications from the Author's best playing guitars; A handy measurement conversion chart.



Fender Bass Manual

Fender Bass Manual Author Paul Balmer
ISBN-10 1844258173
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 201
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by Paul Balmer This manual covers the Fender Bass guitars in detail, explaining how to maintain them, set them up to get the best sound, and repair them when things go wrong or damage occurs. Leo Fender s design concept based on his own Telecaster guitar was the first large-scale production bass guitar and changed the sound of popular music forever. Superbly illustrated and designed, this manual includes case studies of key models everything from the Bass VI to a Fretless Jaco Pastorious Jazz model.



Flying V Explorer Firebird

Flying V  Explorer  Firebird Author Tony Bacon
ISBN-10 9781476856117
Release 2011-06-01
Pages 144
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(Guitar Reference). Until the launch of the Flying V and Explorer in 1958, electric guitars were supposed to look like...guitars. Suddenly, Gibson turned conventional design upside down, almost literally, by using straight lines and angular body shapes, changing the way electrics could look and, in the process, creating a set of rare future collectables. Flying V, Explorer, Firebird tells the story of those first peculiar instruments and goes on to describe Gibson's second attempt at nonstandard designs with the Firebird of the early '60s. The book shows how most of these were a commercial failure at first and goes on to detail the influence of the designs on guitar-makers such as Hamer, Jackson, Dean, Ibanez, and BC Rich, all of whom embraced Gibson's original weird-is-good design ethic. In parallel with the story of the makers is an absorbing account of the players who discovered these odd-shaped instruments, including Zakk Wylde (Black Label Society), the Edge (U2), and Rick Nielsen (Cheap Trick). Interviews with players and makers illuminate the story of this fascinating assortment of electric guitar innovations, alongside specially commissioned images of every key model and brand and an enviable collection of guitar memorabilia, plus a gallery of leading guitarists photographed in action with their instruments. If it's weird and has strings, it's in Flying V, Explorer, Firebird .



Gruhn s Guide to Vintage Guitars

Gruhn s Guide to Vintage Guitars Author George Gruhn
ISBN-10 087930944X
Release 2010
Pages 628
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"Gruhn's Guide to Vintage Guitars" is the most extensive and detailed list of specifications ever published for identifying, dating, and establishing the authenticity of an instrument. This new edition is enlarged and updated, making it once again the essential guide enabling collectors, dealers, players, and fans to determine the authenticity, rarity, and relative value of vintage acoustic and electric guitars, basses, mandolins, banjos, and amps. "Gruhn's Guide"'s thoroughness, detail, and clear organization have made it without peer, the must-have tool for discerning an instrument's manufacturer, model, and date - and most importantly, whether it is in original condition. Quote: 'you will not find a better guide, nor one that is so easy to use' - "Vintage Guitar" magazine.



How to Build Electric Guitars

How to Build Electric Guitars Author Will Kelly
ISBN-10 9780760342244
Release 2012-06-15
Pages 208
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In the past few years the market for electric guitar kits and parts has exploded. For every two enthusiasts, there are four opinions on how properly to fill woodgrain. In this book, Will Kelly cuts through all that noise and shows how, with a little patience and some inexpensive tools, the average person can turn a modest investment into a gig-worthy instrument and perhaps even a lifelong hobby. Kelly presents guitar-building in a progressive fashion, beginning with a simple Stratocaster-style kit with a bolt-on neck and continuing on to a "relic'd" Telecaster-style build, two Gibson-style set-neck models, and a custom double-neck mash-up. Because each build is more involved than the previous, the reader builds on his or her skill set and acquires only the tools necessary for the reader's level of interest. Kelly shows how to apply finishes, choose and install hardware, wire electronics, execute the final assembly, and set up the finished guitar for proper action and intonation.



The Acoustic Guitar

The Acoustic Guitar Author Don E. Teeter
ISBN-10 0806130857
Release 1998-09-01
Pages 216
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The Acoustic Guitar, Volume II, is the sequel to Don E. Teeter s earlier volume on guitar adjustment, care, maintenance, and repair. Volume II updates this material with new techniques and instructions on how to custom design tools and equipment to simplify the job of repairing and refurbishing guitars. "



Guitar Finishing Step by Step

Guitar Finishing  Step by Step Author Dan Erlewine
ISBN-10 0977651908
Release 2005-01-01
Pages 172
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Guitar Finishing Step by Step has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Guitar Finishing Step by Step also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Guitar Finishing Step by Step book for free.



The Self Promoting Musician

The Self Promoting Musician Author Peter Spellman
ISBN-10 9781495071218
Release 2013-09-01
Pages 288
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(Berklee Guide). Take charge of your music career with crucial do-it-yourself strategies. If you are an independent musician, producer, studio owner, or label, you should own this book! Written by Peter Spellman, Director of the Career Development Center at Berklee College of Music, this guide will teach you everything you need to know to become a success in the music business. Filled with empowering tips and resources for self-managed musicians, you will learn to: create a goals-driven plan to help you fulfill your musical passions; multiply the power of every gig you play using 15 proven methods; turbo-charge your social media strategy; get radio airplay online and offline; protect your creative works; keep your career organized and growing, using the best low-cost practices; and more!



The Ibanez Electric Guitar Book

The Ibanez Electric Guitar Book Author Tony Bacon
ISBN-10 1617134538
Release 2013
Pages 160
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(Book). Art Song: Linking Poetry and Music is a follow-up to author Carol Kimball's bestselling Song: A Guide to Art Song Style and Literature . Rather than a general survey of art song literature, the new book clearly and insightfully defines the fundamental characteristics of art song, and the integral relationship between lyric poetry and its musical settings. Topics covered include poetry basics for singers, exercises for singers in working with poetry, insights into composers' musical settings of poetry, building recital programs, performance suggestions, and recommended literature for college and university classical voice majors. The three appendices address further aspects of poetry, guidelines for creating a recital program, and representative classical voice recitals of various descriptions. Art Song: Linking Poetry and Music is extremely useful as an "unofficial" text for college/university vocal literature classes, as an excellent resource for singers and voice teachers, and of interest to all those who are fascinated by the rich legacy of the art song genre.