Synopses & Reviews
The Ultimate Fender Book provides an exciting new look at the history and importance of Fender electric guitars. Back in the 40s, Leo Fender and his team ran a small business in California making a handful of steel guitars and amplifiers. Using this expertise to produce the world's first commercial solidbody electric guitar, they made musical history.
Everyone from Hendrix and Cobain to Clapton played a Fender, and millions of unknown guitarists drawn to them today ensure Fender is still the world's leading guitar maker. The Ultimate Fender Book provides an exciting new look at the history and importance of Fender guitars as well as the never-ending future of the brand.
A lively and accessible guide to every Fender electric guitar made from 1950 to the present day, it is full of detailed information and colour illustrations of more than 300 instruments. On the DVD, author Dave Hunter and guitarist Carl Verheyen guide viewers through a remarkable collection of vintage Fender guitars and amps, showing why these are among the most highly rated guitars ever made. It's a Fender fan's dream come true, offering the history and specifications of every Fender electric guitar in one clearly presented and easily accessible volume.