I have been researching electric guitar history for a PP presentation. I needed to check some ‘facts’ and fill some gaps. I came across this book and decided to buy it. It’s by a couple of Guitar World writers. I’m not sure I’m allowed to mention the title? My main interest is the very early stuff 1900-1940, but everything is fascinating. I’m about 30% in (Chet Atkins/Muddy Waters). I’m getting through this book fast. PRS is of course has its own chapter. That's still up ahead of where I am now, Quotes: ‘The Dopyera brothers hated one other, but they hated everyone else more’. Guitar historian Mathew Hill ‘We enjoyed sharing our likes & dislikes in life generally’. Les Paul speaking of Leo Fender & Paul Bigsby sharing beers on Les’s patio. ‘Epi looked at me and said “What the hell are you doing”? I spent Sundays at the Epiphone factory making that thing. They were all curious to see what I was up to. And when I got done making it, the only ones who liked it were the Night Watchman and me.’ Les Paul and the log.