(Book). Finally back in print! The must-have book on Gibson's killer acoustic guitars, now updated. From the 1920s to the present, Gibson and its flat-tops have been synonymous with American music. Whether the music you listen to is from the North or the South, the country or the city, it is likely that a Gibson guitar was involved in creating it. Through more than 200 photos and detailed text, this book chronicles the development and evolution of Gibson's fabulous flat-tops, showing why these guitars have been the choice of so many great musicians, professional and amateur alike, over the last 70 years.
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Eldon Whitford has studied and cataloged thousands of Gibson flat-tops. He also builds and repairs acoustic instruments and consults with the Gibson flat-top divison in Bozeman, Montana, regarding historic models. Eldon did the research and compiled the text for this book. David Vinopal was a country music historian and writer. He was the editor and chief writer for the country music and bluegrass sections of the All Music Guide. He taught technical writing and photography at Paul Smith's College in the Adirondacks. David passed away in 2008 and is missed greatly. Dan Erlewine wrote the chapter on structural issues and repairs. He is a guitar repairman, tool designer, author, and producer of instructional videos. He is also a guitarist with a lifelong love of Gibsons.
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