Tube Amp Talk for the Guitarist and Tech
by Gerald Weber
Several years ago, Gerald Weber started a fine tradition in the pages of Vintage Guitar magazine - that of freely sharing with others his vast knowledge of "everything amplifier." Gerald was the first of many fine tech writers to offer their hard-earned tips and tricks on the pages of Vintage Guitar. In fact, he has so much to offer, he writes two columns each month.
Gerald continued that tradition with his popular first book, A Desktop Reference of Hip Vintage Guitar Amps, and follows up with this book, Tube Amp Talk for the Guitarist and Tech.
An added bonus of this edition is the inclusion of the "Tranwreck Pages" by noted amp expert Ken Fischer.
Whether you want to maintain your amp to keep the tone you love, or modify it for an exciting new sound, Gerald Weber can help. Maybe you need that little bit extra to get what you want. Or, maybe you want that "Texas Tone Del Maximo." If it has to do with cool amp tone, it is in these pages.
Foreword is written by Billy F. Gibbons. 537 pages, 2 lbs, 6" x 9"