Beatles Gear: All the Fab Four's Instruments, from Stage to Studio

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We are proud to present this special 2002 "Love Me Do" Collector's Edition! Featuring many previously unseen photographs, this limited run of 1,500 hardcover books has been issued to mark the 40th anniversary of the release of The Beatles' first Parlophone single, "Love Me Do," and autographed by author Andy Babiuk! Even though their songs are known by millions around the world, only now has a book been published that reveals how The Beatles sounded the way they did. This lavishly illustrated hardcover volume is the first to examine all the instruments and equipment The Beatles used to compose, rehearse, perform and record some of the best-loved popular music of all time. It features over 300 color and black and white photos of The Beatles - many never before published - as well as prime memorabilia, including instrument sales receipts, manufacturers' ads, concert posters and more. The book's year-by-year format analyzes in detail The Beatles' entire touring and recording career. Beatles Gear was written by Andy Babiuk, a staff consultant to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, a 20+-year employee of House of Guitars, and an advisor to auction houses on music-related memorabilia. Includes a foreword by esteemed Beatles historian Mark Lewisohn.

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Get the first book ever to tell the stories behind the guitars, basses, drums, keyboards, amplifiers, effects—everything The Beatles used to become the greatest rock and roll band of all time. Beatles Gear gives you new insights into the instruments, drawn from the author’s 400-plus interviews with musicians and others who worked with The Beatles. Along with inside stories from instrument manufacturers and sellers, roadies, engineers, managers, and more—plus unpublished photos—Beatles Gear is The Word on the sound that changed the world.

About the Author:

Andy Babiuk is an expert on The Beatles and their sound. An avid guitar collector with more than 70 in his current collection, he is guitarist for The Chesterfield Kings and works at the House of Guitars. A former staff consultant for Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Babiuk advises auction houses on music-related memorabilia, and worked on the John Lennon commemorative project for the Epiphone Casino and the Gibson J-160E limited edition guitars.

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