Jim Roberts: How The Fender Bass Changed The World

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Catalogue No: HL00330737
Format: Books | Reference
This book by the founding editor and former publisher of Bass Player magazine not only celebrates the 50-year history of Fender's revolutionary Precision Bass, it also - for the first time - illuminates the full scope of its profound impact on music and society. Focusing on the bass' artistic influence, it details the technical milestones that gave the bass its musical power. This book also describes the impact of the bass in the hands of such visionaries as James Jamerson; cheers the innovations of rockers like Jack Bruce, Paul McCartney, John Entwistle and Sting; and honors the inspired work of such virtuosos as Jaco Pastorius. Loaded with black & white and 100 stunning colour photos.
ISBN: 0879306300
Published on: 01 September 2009
No of pages: 208
Language: English
Publisher: Backbeat Books
 
     

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