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Backbeat Books Announces Rolling Stones Gear

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Project1Coming in January 2014 from Backbeat Books, Rolling Stones Gear is the first book to historically document all of The Rolling Stones’ musical gear on their way to .

Rolling Stones Gear not only covers the group’s personal background, but also every tour and studio from their inception in 1962 to date, with detailed descriptions what instruments and equipment were used during these periods. Every song recorded by the band, including demos and outtakes are documented, with input from within the Stones’ ranks as well as from people who were involved with the band.

Author Andy Babiuk was given exclusive access to The ’s musical equipment, and he has masterfully compiled the history of the band through the instruments they used for more than fifty years. “The book has taken nine years to finish and I thank The Rolling Stones as well as the hundreds of people who helped make this historic document possible,” says Babiuk about the 672 pages of lavishly illustrated research on The Rolling Stones. In 2001, he wrote the best-selling book Gear: All the Fab Four’s Instruments from Stage to Studio, and Rolling Stones Gear is a worthy follower. A respected expert on vintage guitars and the foremost authority on the equipment used by The Rolling Stones, Babiuk is uniquely positioned to write this historic, first ever document on the iconic band that influenced and shaped rock ‘n roll and .

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