Gretsch by Jay Scott
The Guitars of the Fred Co. (Guitars of Fred Lo)

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(Guitar). This is the comprehensive, must-own owner's or collector's manual for any Gretsch fan. It uncovers the history of the guitars through 32 pages of color photos, hundreds of black & white photos, and forewords by Fred Gretsch, George Harrison, Randy Bachman, Brian Setzer, and Duane Eddy. It contains 30 chapters covering each Gretsch model in depth and a section of patent numbers and drawings for collectors. Find out what makes the essential rockabilly guitar such a collector's item and such an icon of popular music history. 9 x 12 . Softcover.
 

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My work celebrates the fit human form in a variety of poses, lighting and shadow configurations to accentuate the body esthetic and evoke feelings of drama, emotion, solitude, fitness, elegance, poise, sexuality, balance, strength, flexibility and the power of being. The complex nature of man in his prime and along with the co-existence of his ever-present and undeniable human condition and emotion are intrinsic to the images I produce. The surroundings of my subject matter are usually of a sparse nature and draw attention and focus to the subject's organic curvature and shape while contrasting it with the linear and geometric consistency of his environment. I find the human body and the infinite ways of conveying archetypes through poses, shot angles and lighting to be of unending interest and possibility.
 
Published June 1, 1992 by Centerstream Publications. 288 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography. Non-fiction