Neptune Bound Hardcover
Produced from 1954 to 1969, Danelectro guitars have found a place in the hearts of collectors and players with their space age design and affordable price tags. Here is the ultimate guide to all things Danelectro, including company history, instruments, patents, dating and identification, models, specifications and values, prototypes, print advertising, schematics, and much more. Foreword by Vincent Bell. Introduction by Howard Daniel. Full color, 440 pages. Check out some reviews below.
"I have many guitar history books and this is one of the best. It's very well researched and very thorough. It's a joy to read, the photos and layout are well executed.
I would recommend this book to any guitar lover." — James Oblander, Amazon Review. J
My first real guitar was a Silvertone, Dano. I still have it and it plays just fine, I'm 65. This is a great book about the Danelectro line. Any guitar nut like me will like it. Some reprints of catalogs, some new pictures, good interviews, great section on Vinnie Bell. And a excellent bio on Nat Daniel. I like it because I can just pick it up and I will always find a good section to revisit. The author has done an excellent job of gather and compiling a detailed book on the history and models of Danelecto Guitars. — Al Smith, Amazon Review.