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Blue Book of Electric Guitars 13th Ed

Blue Book of Electric Guitars 13th Ed

Sheet Music Books
Voicing/Format book
Composer Zachary Fjestad
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 1936120178
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Blue Book of Electric Guitars 13th Ed Composed by Zachary Fjestad. For book. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 1936120178, UPC: 852187429842)

Thirteen is your lucky number! The guitar industry's most comprehensive public ation on electric guitar information and pricing has been completely updated w ith the Blue Book of Electric Guitars 13th Edition! Written by Zachary R. Fjes tad, this fully revised book keeps the reader up-to-date on technical informat ion and pricing on electric guitar and bass instruments, including makes and m odels produced through 2011. With over 1,300 pages and more than 6,000 electri c guitar images available for viewing online, this reference book is extremely user friendly. Obtaining reliable guitar information has never been easier!
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