“A Scrapbook of Artifacts, Treasures, and Inside Information”
Author Julie Chadwick has written a book that is interesting on multiple levels: First, this is book about Saul Holiff, a man from Canada who became the Manager of a Man from Arkansas, and second, it’s about a singer,...
What a fantastic book! A continuation from Andy Babiuk's glorious Beatles Gear.
The Riff Notes series of booklets by authors Phil Dixon and Christopher Jones and published by Hal Leonard are great for beginning guitarists yearning to learn more about electric guitars, acoustic guitars, and guitar strings. The collection of three small paperback booklets are easy to read with each being less than 25 pages.
This is the paperback version of the comprehensive publication of 108 Rock Star Guitars by photographer Lisa S. Johnson that was released last year. The hard cover edition is a beautiful leather bound decorative piece of art that is full of rock history with photographs of the instruments of some of music's legendary iconic guitarists that is perfect for the coffee table in the center of a main room or a great addition to the library of any guitar enthusiast’s home. 
Librarian, educator, poet and writer Stacy Russo of Southern California brings us a collection of interviews and photographs from women immersed in the Southern California Punk Rock Scene during the ‘70s and ‘80s. What makes Russo’s publication interesting is...
Leo Fender:  The Quiet Giant Heard Around the World is a lovely tribute from Phyllis Fender to the simple, yet complex man that impacted the world of music. The reasoning behind the book? In the introduction, Mrs. Fender explains...
Just when you think you’ve seen them all, you find out there’s more.  If you’re a lover of guitars and the musicians that play them, there are plenty of books on the market to learn more about them.  However, famed author and guitar historian, Tony Bacon has done it again in his book titled The Guitar Collection released earlier last year.
What a pleasure it was to review this complete history of Paul Reed Smith Electric guitars by Dave Burrluck from Backbeat Books and Hal Leonard.