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1 Fender Bass Manual How to Buy, Maintain and Set Up the Fender Bass Guitar Balmer, Paul
England J H Haynes & Co Ltd 2010 1844258173 / 9781844258178 Hardcover New 
In series with the best-selling manuals on the Fender Stratocaster, Fender Telecaster and Gibson Les Paul electric guitars, this manual covers the Fender Bass guitars in detail, explaining how to maintain them, set them up to get the best sound, and repair them when things go wrong or damage occurs. Leo Fender's design concept based on his own Telecaster guitar was the first large-scale production bass guitar and changed the sound of popular music forever. Superbly illustrated and designed, this manual includes case studies of key models - everything from the Bass VI to a Fretless Jaco Pastorious Jazz model - but also gives appropriate attention to today's affordable Squier versions.; A4; 176 pages 
Price: 62.50 USD
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2 Fender Stratocaster Manual Balmer, Paul
England Haynes Publishing 2006 184425321X / 9781844253210 Hardcover New 
Leo Fender launched the Stratocaster electric guitar in 1954, as an upgrade to his revolutionary Telecaster. The 'Strat' - streamlined, chrome-plated, efficient, fast and sexy - soon gained iconic status. Today, while original models change hands for thousands of dollars, almost identical Stratocasters are mass-produced by Fender USA for sale worldwide. The 'Strat' remains a low-maintenance good little runner and, with the help of this practical 'how-to' manual, will last a lifetime.; A4; 175 pages 
Price: 59.95 USD
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3 Fender Telecaster Manual How to Buy, Maintain and Set Up the World's First Production Electric Guitar Balmer, Paul
England J H Haynes & Co Ltd 2009 184425674X / 9781844256747 Hardcover New 
In series with the best-selling manuals on the Fender Stratocaster and Gibson Les Paul electric guitars, this manual covers the Telecaster in detail, explaining how to maintain it, set it up to get the best sound, and repair it when things go wrong or damage occurs. Originally introduced in 1950 as the Broadcaster, the Telecaster was the first production electric guitar and remains one of the most popular. Superbly illustrated and designed, this manual includes case studies of key models - everything from a 1948 prototype to a 2008 'closet classic' - but also gives appropriate attention to today's affordable Squier versions. ; A4; 196 pages 
Price: 65.00 USD
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4 Gibson Les Paul Manual How to Buy, Maintain and Set Up the Legendary Les Paul Electric Guitar Balmer, Paul
England Haynes Publishing 2008 184425478X / 9781844254781 Hardcover New 
Introduced in 1952, the Gibson Les Paul has become the world's second most popular electric guitar, favoured by legendary guitarists such as Paul McCartney, Mark Knopfler, Neil Young, Jimmy Page and Slash. Designed by the great musician and innovator, Les Paul, with help from Gibson craftsmen, this guitar has constantly evolved and in 2007 an all-digital model was launched. Today, while original models change hands for thousands of pounds, almost identical Epiphone and Gibson models are mass-produced for sale worldwide. The Gibson Les Paul remains a classic instrument and, with the help of this practical 'how to' manual, will last a lifetime ; A4; 175 pages 
Price: 59.95 USD
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