A definitive Fender Bass book?
Hey everyone... quick question...
Is there ONE book out there that is considered the definitive book on the history and development of Fender basses?
"How The Fender Bass Changed The World"
By Jim Roberts
Well HELL... THAT sounds about right!!!
Also, "The Fender Bass - An Illustrated History".
Fender - The Golden Age 1946-1970 Martin Kelly/Terry Foster/Paul Kelly 2010 - (not just Fender basses - but a very good Fender resource for those years)
The Fender Bass - Klaus Blasquiz 1990 (just OK but good for a Fender resource collection)
American Basses - Jim Roberts 2003 - (a healthy Fender section)
Electric Guitars - The Illustrated Encyclopedia 2000 - (only guitars, but a good cross-referencing resource w/a healthy Fender section)
I've read 'em all, and there are two that do it for me:
- The Fender Bass: An Illustrated History
- Fender: The Inside Story (Forrest White)
Theres a really nice Fender Bass book that pops up on Ebay every now and then its titled "Fender Bass Brothers"...
By the way it's a Japanese book. But pictures are worth 1000 words...right!
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