September 20, 2010

Telecaster Blackguard book





Kort geleden was ik bij 'Het Speelthuygh' in Zwolle. Erik was net bezig met een mooie Telecaster. Hij liet me toen dit boek zien met prachtige foto's van de kleinste details. Prachtige oude tele's. Geweldig boek. 
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BLACKGUARD- Telecaster Style Guitars from 1950- 1954 By: Nacho Banos The Blackguard is a book about the earliest Fender Telecaster style guitars produced from 1950 to 1954 by Fender Musical Instruments in Fullerton California. The book is written in English and comes in a large 12" x 12" coffee-table format with beautiful color photos throughout, totaling nearly 2000 photos in all (aprox. 10lbs), of classic Tele's, including Broadcasters, Nocasters, Telecasters, and Esquires. About 50 guitars are disassembled and photographed in detail, and another 20 more are pictured in beautiful settings. Along with the photos, each model year is explained in detailed text. The book is limited to 5500 number copies. All books are numbered from 0001 to 5500 in the same style as the original Blackguard Tele serial numbers (stamped on the bridge plate of front cover photo and inside the book as well). All come with a protective case. 412 pages, hardbound book. For more info see theblackguardbook.com 
Here are some pictures from inside the book.
 This book is incredible, the nicest guitar book we've ever seen. Take a look at these few photos from inside the book, and you'll get an idea of detail and quality of photos that are throughout the book.

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