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Rock 'n' Roll in Orange County, Music, Madness and Memories

Creator: Chris Epting, Jim Kaa, Jim Washburn, Barry Rillera, Jordan West | History - 2014-10-21

Fender wound up designing and building six of these PA systems. ... guitars were beginning to gain popularity, and so soon after, Fender joined forces with Clayton Orr “Doc” Kaufman, an inventor and lap steel guitar player formerly employed by Rickenbacker. ... kit with an amplifier designed by Fender. ... One year later, it would be released as the Fender Esquire, a solid-body guitar with a single pickup.

Publisher: The History Press

About this book
The great acts--from Hendrix to Joplin and from Kiss to Korn--played to the Orange County crowd at such classic venues as Huntington Beach's Golden Bear, the Anaheim Convention Center and Anaheim's Doll Hut. Rock 'n' roll's OC roots include Leo Fender's electric guitar factory in Fullerton and the birthplace for the garage-band standard Louie Louie" in Anaheim. As the music changed, iconic OC groups like Social Distortion and Avenged Sevenfold helped lead the way. Final curtains came down here, too: though killed in England, Eddie Cochran is buried in Cypress, and Bobby Hatfield, half of the Righteous Brothers, is interred at Corona del Mar. Join pop culture expert Chris Epting for the essential big hits plus idiosyncratic flip-side riffs of Orange County's mighty rock 'n' roll history."

546 pages

The Official Vintage Guitar Magazine Price Guide

Creator: Alan Greenwood, Gil Hembree | Music - 2009-10-01

Ryder 1963. Made by Rickenbacker, the one guitar with this brand was the same as their solidbody Model 425. ... Luthier Scott Walker builds his premium grade, production/custom, solid and semi hollow body electric guitars in Santa Cruz, California. S. Yairi Ca. ... In '96, luthier Yoshi Kikuchi started building Sadowsky Tokyo instruments in Japan. Saga Saga ... In the 2000s, Saga also offered component kits ($90-$130) that allowed for complete assembly in white wood. 1976 S.D. ...

Publisher: Hal Leonard

About this book
(Book). For more than 20 years, The Official Vintage Guitar Magazine Price Guide has been the industry-leading reference for values on vintage and collectible guitars, basses, lap steels, mandolins, ukuleles, amps, and effects. The expanded 2010 edition spans nearly 600 pages and includes information on more than 1,800 brands with more than 1,300 photos, plus a detailed look at the "hows" and "whys" of the collectible instrument market. This guide is the only such work to cover all this in one very affordable volume! To date more than 130,000 copies of The Guide have been sold.

319 pages

Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere, The Complete Chronicle of the Who 1958-1978

Creator: Andrew Neill, Matthew Kent, Roger Daltrey | Biography & Autobiography - 2009

ABOVE: Chris Stamp (left) and Kit Lambert. ... Townshend explained: "Jim Marshall started manufacturing amplifiers, and somebody in his store came up with the idea of building a 4 x 12 ... "I tried to make playing the guitar look lethal," he recalled to Jann Wenner. "My whole absurdly demonstrative stage act was worked out to turn myself into a body instead of a face. ... The I ' guitar that Pete was using was a Rickenbacker, which had been considerably weakened by him hitting it into ...

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

About this book
This is the most comprehensive book ever written on one of the world’s greatest, and most explosive, rock bands: The Who. Organized by year, Anyway Anyhow Anywhere presents in diary fashion exactly what The Who were doing, where they were doing it, and with whom from 1958-1978. Packed with more than 650 images, this classic day-to-day chronicle of one of the world’s greatest rock bands is now available in a smaller, more portable format. Exhaustive appendices detail concert tours, radio and television gigs, recording sessions, record releases (including UK and US variations), and solo activities.  


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