Tales of Tone and Volume by Bernie Marsden
Hand Signed by Bernie Marsden to the Title Page
Hardback Slipcase Edition
New & Unread
A Sipcase Edition hardback Portrait book, with a printed, laminated cover and foil embossed logo, complete with a CD of music and comes with a card slipcase.
Bernie Marsden has developed one of the most unique and expansive private guitar collections in the world. Over the last two years the collection has been extensively photographed by Melvyn May and the Rufus team using a special “light painting” technique to reveal them in all their glory, from the unseen wonders of the world famous “The Beast” to the intricate detail on his much signed and cherished Martin Coletti. Every guitar comes with its own story, from how it was acquired to where and when it was played, you will be able to see the very guitar he used during the writing and recording of some rock classics, many anecdotes of some pretty famous people encountering his guitars on the road and in the studio. The images have been assembled into this beautiful, 384 page full colour luxury book.
About the Author: Bernie Marsden is an English rock and blues guitarist born in Buckingham, England. He is primarily known for his work with Whitesnake having written or co-written many of the group’s hit songs, such as Here I Go Again, Trouble and Fool For Your Lovin’ with David Coverdale. Bernie is also renowned as one of the greatest rock and blues guitarists of all time.
Format: Hardback Edition
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