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November 15, 2004
Consisting of two volumes, Trade Secrets is packed with master repairman, Dan Erlewine's popular articles that have, over the years, appeared in Stewmac catalogs. Incorporating Mike Lindskold's 'Guitar Wiring 101' columns, the books are filled with illustrations, price lists, hot tips from technicians around the world, visits to guitar shops and factories, plus tips on tools, building and repair techniques.
Trade Secrets Book One contains every "Trade Secrets" back issue from volumes 1-19, with an extra never-before-published 8-page bonus volume (#20) that appears only in the book. Trade Secrets Book One also contains Mike Lindskold's first eight "Guitar Wiring 101" columns. 142 pages, softcover.
Trade Secrets Book Two begins where Book One ended, with back issues from volumes 21-38. Also included are installments 9-26 of Mike Lindskold's "GuitarWiring 101" columns. 165 pages, softcover.
Price: $19.95 for each volume.
For more information, visit their web site at www.stewmac.com