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Backbeat Books A Guitarmaker's Canvas - Inlay Art Book
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For more than 30 years, Grit Laskin has been building guitars, and his striking inlay work places his instruments in a class all their own. He is cre...Click To Read More About This Product
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For more than 30 years, Grit Laskin has been building guitars, and his striking inlay work places his instruments in a class all their own. He is credited with single-handedly taking the ages-old tradition of musical instrument inlay from its purely decorative roots into an art form, a means of expression. In his hands, shell, stone, legal ivory and metal emerge as the palette of a re-invented medium. A sumptuous, full-color-throughout, coffee-table quality tome, this is the first book to document the breadth of his work and the techniques he has devised. Grit Laskin is the first and only musical instrument maker to receive Canada's prestigious Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence. The Museum of Civilization, Canada's equivalent to the Smithsonian, has 4 Laskin guitars in its permanent collection. Includes an essay on the history of inlay by Chuck Erickson. Photography by Brian Pickell. (Grit's) work is more than adornment - it's mind-blowingly interesting. - Bob Taylor, Taylor Guitars
- 134 pages
- Size: 11-1/4" x 10"
- ISBN: 879307560