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Marshall: The Book of Loud, thoroughly researched, stylishly illustrated and turned up to 11 throughout, Marshall: The Book of Loud is the greatest collection of musical trivia ever assembled.
Jim Marshall loved music. It was his passion for playing the drums that led to him opening the famed ‘J & T Marshall’ musical instrument store in West London in 1962. That led to Jim becoming friends with young guitarists who were part of London’s vibrant music scene: Jimi Hendrix, Pete Townshend, Eric Clapton, Ritchie Blackmore to name but a few, who would go on to change rock and blues music forever.
“FEW MEN HAVE HELPED TO SHAPE THE HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC TO THE SAME DEGREE AS JIM MARSHALL. FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY, HIS ICONIC MARSHALL AMP HAS HELPED PUSH ROCK MUSIC TO NEW HEIGHTS. THIS IS THE GREAT MAN’S STORY.”
Marshall: The Book of Loud
Marshall – The Book of Loud, written by Nick Harper, is structured a little like an album, it has a mix of deep cuts from the past celebrating the legends of music such as The Ramones, Jimi Hendrix and The Who to the cutting-edge acts that are lighting up the scene today, which provide a framework, mixed in with fun interludes of trivia and amusing facts and figures such as Rock music’s most entertaining beefs and detailed instructions of Jack White’s rider for a gig in Oklahoma which was a request for Guacamole!
Brand Licensing Director at Marshall, Grace Pantony said:
“We are proud of our heritage which has molded the brand and its ethos, we continually strive forward to be great ambassadors of music, Marshall – The Book of loud is fun and something we are proud of to add to our offering and feels like an obvious progression and our way of celebrating music”
– The loudest bands of all time
– Blacklisted: the records banned from the radio
– The greatest beards in rock
– Notable rock star tattoos
– The anatomy of a Marshall amp
– The most notorious riders in gig history
– … and much, much more!