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Adrian Ingram: The Gibson 335 - Its History And Its Players


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Media: Book
Arrangement: Guitar (GTR)
Catalogue #: HL00000353
ISBN: 9781574241457
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Description

Gibson's first 'semi-acoustic' the ES-335, which was neither totally solid nor fully acoustic, is the guitar choice used by many famous guitarists. Written by Adrian Ingram, this book covers the history of the instrument, from its very making to the legendary guitarists who played it.

The Gibson 335 is used by many famous performers, such as: Andy Summers, Elvin Bishop, Lee Ritenour, Jay Graydon, Rodden Ford, Freddy King, John McLaughin, Jimmy Page, Chuck Berry, Tony Mottola, Johnny Rivers, Jack Wilkins, Bono, Grant Green, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Alvin Lee, B.B. King, Emily Remler, Otis Rush, Pete Townsend, John Lee Hooker, and Mr 335 himself - Larry Carlton.

This book is a must for every 335 player and guitar enthusiast or collector.



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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 17/08/2006
Format: Instrumental Reference
Length: 120 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Centerstream Publications
Author: Adrian Ingram

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