by Eric E. Dahl

B.B. King is well known as the "King of the Blues," and his beloved Gibson guitar Lucille is his choice instrument for letting the blues come out! B.B. King's Lucille and the Loves Before Her explores all the guitars, amplifiers, and other gear the blues legend has used since he began playing in the 1930s, including the behind-the-scenes stories and people along with it.

Features of B.B. King's Lucille and the Loves Before Her include

• Interviews with King's vice president of bookings, rhythm guitarist, and drummer for an inside look at King's gear
• An eight-page color section with detailed pictures of King's guitars and concert images
• Foreword written by B.B. King, and an introduction written by Rick Vito
• Eric Dahl's fascinating story of returning King's stolen guitar
• Complete specifications, serialization, and current values of King's signature models
Don't miss your chance to own the exciting story of King's musical gear over the years and the stories behind the gear. Order today!

"Mr. B.B. King is the chairman of the blues guitar. He gave birth to Michael Bloomfield, Peter Green, Me, and hundreds of thousands of other musicians. His guitar...it’s the gateway to our souls!"
Carlos Santana – Grammy Award Winning Guitarist

"Peanut butter and jelly, biscuits and gravy, BB and Lucille. Heavenly together and simply meant to be. Does it get much better? Thanks, BB...for inspiring us all!"
Steve Wariner – Grammy- and CMA-Winning Guitarist

Click here to read an overview of the book in the Southeast Missourian.

Click here to read Gibson's editorial on this title.

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