The Strat in the Attic 2: More Thrilling Stories of Guitar

The Strat in the Attic 2: More Thrilling Stories of Guitar


The Strat in the Attic 2: More Thrilling Stories of Guitar Archaeology ❰BOOKS❯ ✬ The Strat in the Attic 2: More Thrilling Stories of Guitar Archaeology Author Deke Dickerson – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk More astounding stories of rare guitar finds and the music legends who owned themDo you dream of finding a Stratocaster or Gibson Les Paul online, at a garage sale, or in the local penny saver How a More astounding stories in the PDF ✓ of rare guitar finds and the music legends who owned themDo you dream of finding aStratocaster orGibson Les Paul online, at a garage sale, or in the local penny saver How about virtually rubbing elbows with one of your favorite rock legends Following up his first of its kind The Strat in the Attic, musician, journalist, and guitarchaeologist Deke Dickerson shares the stories The Strat PDF/EPUB or behind dozens of astounding finds including A rarer than hens teethHallmark Swept Wing that originally belonged to Robbie Krieger of the Doors, stashed away in an attic in Alaska for forty years A crazy valuableGibson Flying V belonging to a Chicago bluesman who, it turns out, also happens to have an equally rareGibson Explorer An out of the blue, a to whom it may concern email leads Strat in the MOBI õ the author to a trailer park in Salem, Oregon, where one of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys originals Epiphone Emperor archtops is waiting to be purchased for a song Luthier RC Allen relates the tales of buying Nat King Cole Trio guitarist Oscar Moore s Stromberg Masterarchtop and of being gifted aStandel amp from Merle Travis Buddy Merrill, the amazingly talented guitarist from the Lawrence Welk show, gives hisMicro Frets Huntington to the author, but only if he promises to PRACTICE Photos of the guitars and other exciting memorabilia round out a package that no vintage guitar aficionado will want to be without Deke Dickerson s love for guitars and his genius for finding some of the rarest birds in the musical aviary is matched by his not inconsiderable writing chops The man knows how to tell a great story Jonathan Kellerman.

    Download PDF books author to a trailer park in Salem, Oregon, where one of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys originals Epiphone Emperor archtops is waiting to be purchased for a song Luthier RC Allen relates the tales of buying Nat King Cole Trio guitarist Oscar Moore s Stromberg Masterarchtop and of being gifted aStandel amp from Merle Travis Buddy Merrill, the amazingly talented guitarist from the Lawrence Welk show, gives hisMicro Frets Huntington to the author, but only if he promises to PRACTICE Photos of the guitars and other exciting memorabilia round out a package that no vintage guitar aficionado will want to be without Deke Dickerson s love for guitars and his genius for finding some of the rarest birds in the musical aviary is matched by his not inconsiderable writing chops The man knows how to tell a great story Jonathan Kellerman."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • The Strat in the Attic 2: More Thrilling Stories of Guitar Archaeology
  • Deke Dickerson
  • 21 March 2019
  • 0760346879

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10 thoughts on “The Strat in the Attic 2: More Thrilling Stories of Guitar Archaeology

  1. Steven Herod Steven Herod says:

    As Deke Dickerson s second venture into Guitar Archaeology, the book leads fans back into the world of interesting, novel, and collectable guitar finds In this second volume Dickerson attempts to mesh someof his own stories with additional stories that have been shared with him by others It is notable that his own stories seem to haveflare in their retelling than those that were shared b others This isof a testament to his ability to transmit his natural excitement of the su As Deke Dickerson s second venture into Guitar Archaeology, the book leads fans back into the world of interesting, novel, and collectable guitar finds In this second volume Dickerson attempts to mesh someof his own stories with additional stories that have been shared with him by others It is notable that his own stories seem to haveflare in their retelling than those that were shared b others This isof a testament to his ability to transmit his natural excitement of the subject onto the pages than a commentary on the vivid of these other stories In any case, the entire book is an easy read, particularly for an audience that has interest in the subject The result of this book was very similar to the first i find my self wanting to seek out that next great guitar find For this reason alone, I rate this book highly any book that impact my excitement in a subject is excellent in my view One thine that Deke does differently in this volume is that he solidifies himself as an every day guitar addict, a poor man s collector if you will This prospect seems relatable to me at least and drives home the fact that there is great heritage behind guitars that aren t necessarily 50 s 60 s Les Pauls or the like

  2. Jason Clarke Jason Clarke says:

    I liked the sequel as much as the original Deke Dickerson has a charming, down to earth, but still a cool guy in a band style and he really knows his stuff when it comes to vintage guitars, amps, and memorabilia The last chapter on Deke s experiences cleaning out RC Allen s hoarded workshop islike a meditation on the mysterious nature of stuff, why we keep it, and what it means The book is like a conversation with somebody that has a really cool job only Deke has two He s a great gui I liked the sequel as much as the original Deke Dickerson has a charming, down to earth, but still a cool guy in a band style and he really knows his stuff when it comes to vintage guitars, amps, and memorabilia The last chapter on Deke s experiences cleaning out RC Allen s hoarded workshop islike a meditation on the mysterious nature of stuff, why we keep it, and what it means The book is like a conversation with somebody that has a really cool job only Deke has two He s a great guitar player and guitarcheologist

  3. Sarah Sarah says:

    I just won a copy of this book from Goodreads Giveaways When it s arrived on my doorstep and I ve had a chance to read it and formulate my opinions, I ll post a review Stay tuned

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