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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by vishnu, Sep 2, 2018.
Is the page down at all,what's up?
What's it say there?
That's what my translator kicked out. If memory serves, that book is out of print, hard to find, and pretty expensive when one actually comes up.
Regarding the BlackGuard Book -
As far as I know there was only the one original printing run of the the book. I purchased a copy from Nacho back about a year (or so) ago. He still had some more copies of the book then, too.
Nacho was also doing a special thing with some of his blackguard Tele builds. Each Blackguard book has a serial number similar to the numbers on the early Fender Telecasters. He was stamping a number on the bridge of some builds that matched up with the serial number of a BlackGuard book, and including the book with the guitar as matched set, which I thought was a very cool thing .
If you are looking to buy a copy of the book, don't try going through that old link. Instead, just email Nacho directly. I ended up having a pretty involved email correspondence with him over a period of a couple of weeks and found that he is just a real straight-up guy who definitely loves his involvement with the early Teles and is eager to share it .
You'll love it. Enjoy!
That's great, I'm glad it worked out for ya!
I was expecting a regular old book, so when it arrived, it was a real surprise. Not only does it have great information and photos like I hoped, but it's exceptional in it's size and quality. Even the thickness of the paper and the quality of the binding was a surprise.
I'm just an unrepentant book-lover !!!
There is something about holding a book in my hands and turning the pages that just isn't there when I look at a computer screen.
Does anyone have a contact number or email address for Nacho?
I ordered direct from Nacho about a month ago.
FYI - There is an alternate email listed in this TGP thread -
If I recall, I think I PayPal'ed Nacho with the email address that I provided above. But I think that I originally emailed him at the email address referenced over on The Gear Page thread.