The Fender Telecaster, The Detailed Story of America’s Senior Solid Body Electric Guitar.
Special Foreword by James Burton and Albert Lee.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation, 1991. 1st edition. 80 pages.
Stiff pictorial wrappers. Small tear at the head of the spine.
Overall, the condition is Very Good if not better. $20
From the rear cover: “The Fender Telecaster – nee Esquire – is regarded as the first commercially successful solid boy electric ‘Spanish’ guitar. Designed by Leo Fender at a time when the words rock and roll were not even coined, the ‘Telly’ is the senior member of a family of instruments whose of popular music. In the early fifties, its innovative construction brought to the fore new concepts in professional guitar making. It also generated a lasting impact upon the music industry as well as a spate of imitators…This book relates the story of Telecasters guitars since 1950. A must for anyone into ‘Tellies!’”.