Martin Guitar Book (Softcover)

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9780879308872: Martin Guitar Book (Softcover)

Here is the story behind the renowned C. F. Martin & Co., the American guitar maker that has built some of the finest acoustic guitars in the world for almost two centuries. This book details virtually every Martin guitar produced right up to the present, including 2004’s one-millionth guitar. More than 100 color photos show Martin's designs, which have heavily influenced acoustic guitar manufacturers.

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A Songwriter and Freelance Journalist Who Has Been Part of the Nashville Music Scene for Over Fifteen Years. His Songs Have Been Recorded by Such Notable Artists as Loretta Lynn; The Oak Ridge Boys; Peter, Paul, and Mary; And Kathy Mattea.

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