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"It''s not surprising that sooner or later I''d dive down the proverbial rabbit hole into the world of vintage bass guitars."—Geddy Lee

From Rush frontman Geddy Lee''s personal collection of vintage electric bass guitars, dating from the 1950s to the 1980s, comes the definitive volume on the subject.

Geddy''s love of the bass has been nurtured over a lifetime spent in the limelight as one of the world''s premier rock bassists. For the past seven years, he''s dedicated himself to studying the history of the instrument that''s been so essential to his career, collecting hundreds of basses from around the globe.

Written with arts journalist Daniel Richler, gorgeously photographed in breathtaking detail by Richard Sibbald, and with insight from Geddy’s trusted bass tech and curator, John "Skully" McIntosh, Geddy Lee’s Big Beautiful Book of Bass profiles over 250 classic basses from Geddy’s extensive collection. Representing every tone in the bass palette, every nuance of the rock and roll genre as well as blues, jazz, pop, and country, this one-of-a-kind collection features so-called "beauty queens"—pristine instruments never lifted from their cases—as well as "road warriors"—well-worn, sweat-soaked basses that proudly show their age and use. Complete with personal commentary from Geddy that showcases his knowledge both as a musician and an aficionado, this luxuriously produced volume is a revelatory look at the heavy hitters in the world of bass—Fender, Gibson/Epiphone, Rickenbacker, Höfner, Ampeg—and lesser known but influential global luthiers such as Antonio Wandr Pioli, Dan Armstrong, and Tony Zemaitis.

The book also features interviews with John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin); Adam Clayton (U2); Robert Trujillo (Metallica); Jeff Tweedy (Wilco); Bill Wyman (The Rolling Stones); Les Claypool (Primus); Bob Daisley (Rainbow); Fender expert and owner of the legendary Gibson Explorer, Bass Ken Collins; veteran guitar tech for The Who, Alan Rogan; plus comments from many other great players across three decades of rock and roll.

Written in Geddy''s singular voice, this book reveals the stories, songs, and history behind the instruments of his inimitable collection. Complete with an index and a graphically designed timeline of the history of the bass, as well as an up-close look at Geddy''s basses on Rush''s final R40 Tour, his stage and recording gear from 1968 to 2017, and forewords by author and respected vintage expert, Terry Foster, and Rush band member, Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee''s Big Beautiful Book of Bass is the ultimate compendium for the consummate collector, musician, Rush fan, and anyone who loves the bass guitar.

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“Epic.” -- Rolling Stone

“A treasure trove for any fan of the four-stringed (and occasionally more) instrument.” -- Billboard

“Geddy’s book is beautiful… What the title does not reveal is that the Rush bassist’s book is also a gas to read.” -- Psychobabble

About the Author

Geddy Lee is the vocalist, bassist, and keyboard player for the Hall of Fame rock group Rush, with drummer Neil Peart and guitarist Alex Lifeson. The most successful Canadian music group in history, Rush is only third behind The Beatles and The Rolling Stones for the most consecutive gold or platinum albums sold by a rock band, and has performed before millions of fans around the world. Ranked by Rolling Stone as among the top bassists of all-time, Rush''s energetic frontman has long been acclaimed for his wizard-like musical talent and mesmerizing performances. Geddy lives in Toronto, Canada.

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Jeff Owens
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Best Bass Book Ever
Reviewed in the United States on December 20, 2018
As someone who has written about basses, bass history and bass players for a major instrument manufacturer for many years, I have to say that this is hands-down the finest bass book I''ve ever seen (and that''s saying a lot, because I have ’em all). Geddy Lee''s enjoyment of... See more
As someone who has written about basses, bass history and bass players for a major instrument manufacturer for many years, I have to say that this is hands-down the finest bass book I''ve ever seen (and that''s saying a lot, because I have ’em all). Geddy Lee''s enjoyment of and reverence for the instrument comes through on every page, with sincere appreciation, great humor and keen attention to detail. Equally delightful are his personal thoughts on how someone who was never really a bass collector becomes such a thoughtful one, and his account of how such a high-profile musician goes from really not knowing all that much about the history of his instrument to being avidly well-versed in it. His interviews with other bass players are super cool, both for the conversations in themselves and for the fact that he enlists players you might be charmingly surprised to see him hanging with (Jeff Tweedy, Adam Clayton and Bill Wyman, for example — how cool is that?). The collection is jaw-dropping. The writing provides a terrific glimpse into who he is and what he does, and the photography is stunning. His enthusiasm for the instrument, for becoming a collector of them, and for creating such a lavish volume is a real joy for me, and I really can''t thank him enough for this book. It''s the new height of essential.
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JP
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An emotional wreck, I am!
Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2018
I''ll start off with this; the headline says it all, I''m literally an emotional wreck after reading this book. The influence Geddy has had on me as a bass player and the impact Rush has had on my life is nothing I could ever put in to words. I''ll assume everyone who reviews... See more
I''ll start off with this; the headline says it all, I''m literally an emotional wreck after reading this book. The influence Geddy has had on me as a bass player and the impact Rush has had on my life is nothing I could ever put in to words. I''ll assume everyone who reviews this book will know exactly what I''m speaking of. All of that to say, this book is ef''fin awesomeness and then some!

This is a great rundown of basses, their history, the goods and bads, the feelings, the songs they made noise on and the list goes on and on, but it''s all in this book. I would recommend this book to anyone who has ever listened to any kind of music, not just bass players. The book is fun and full of nostalgia that no other book covers, especially ones about basses. You can''t go wrong buying this book for your favorite musician.

As a side note, be prepared when you get to the end, your emotions will get the best of you. As we all know, Rush is no longer and as I read about a certain pair of custom items from Le Studio (I''m not giving away any book secrets here. I''ll let it hit you as it did me), I lost it. This is "The End" and it won''t hit you until get to those final pages. I doubt this was intentional, but it happened and I''m not mad about it. Geddy, his basses, his collection(s), their songs, their albums, their history, this book, it will all hit you when you get to that certain page and then it hits you hard; the realization that it really is the end. The end of many chapters.

Thanks Geddy for the amazing book! Thanks Rush for all you''ve done for everyone on this planet. You''ve left your mark and made the world a better place. The End.
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Wow, just wow.
Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2018
Everything Rush does is grand, epic, intricate, meaningful, lovely. When the individual members of the band branch out, the result of their effort is no different. Geddy has created a masterpiece of love for the bass, its aficionados, its players, its future players, and... See more
Everything Rush does is grand, epic, intricate, meaningful, lovely. When the individual members of the band branch out, the result of their effort is no different. Geddy has created a masterpiece of love for the bass, its aficionados, its players, its future players, and for those of us who simply appreciate the beauty of something done well.

My appreciation for bass players began with my discovery of Rush, and Geddy has caused it to spread a little farther. One can tell that this book was conceived and assembled in the same way any Rush album was; Geddy just did what he loved, produced something he himself would admire and then shared it with us.

This book (in its totality) is a piece of art. I can''t imagine an equal level of appreciation and wonder could be earned from the kindle version. Get the real thing, the massive, real, heavy thing that is this book and get absorbed in the story of the bass.
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CJ
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Excellent
Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2018
I bought this for my husband who plays bass and is a big Rush fan, he''s been carefully thumbing through it in awe for over an hour now. It''s even bigger and thicker than I expected, and the quality is fantastic. There is an incredible amount of information, pictures, and... See more
I bought this for my husband who plays bass and is a big Rush fan, he''s been carefully thumbing through it in awe for over an hour now. It''s even bigger and thicker than I expected, and the quality is fantastic. There is an incredible amount of information, pictures, and even large fold out pages. Every detail is perfect.

Highly recommend the hardcover version. I bought it during presale for $40 but even at the $75 price on the back, it would have been a steal.
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Brian M. Murphree
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Order it, then read this review. I promise, you''ll LOVE IT!
Reviewed in the United States on December 20, 2018
One might accuse Geddy Lee of being self-indulgent scouring the web and stores in search of the most sought after basses and guitars, not even considering that his fame and wealth gives him a distinct advantage to rob the rest of the world of these gems. But let’s be... See more
One might accuse Geddy Lee of being self-indulgent scouring the web and stores in search of the most sought after basses and guitars, not even considering that his fame and wealth gives him a distinct advantage to rob the rest of the world of these gems. But let’s be entirely honest. Many of us bass players would do the exact same thing, if we had the grand opportunities and success he has! What Geddy has done is built a grand collection of some of the most venerable, sought-after, or in some cases suspicious 4-stringers (and more) to do what he pronounced in an interview at least once, “...to get the most out of my life.”

So, why should HE have all the good ones? To be perfectly honest, I’m jealous of several that he’s acquired, and even when I’ve seen some old pre-CBS Jazz basses online that friends are showing off, I’ve jokingly stated, “Don’t let Ged see that! He’s got some henchmen that will pay you a visit!”

Yes, he’s been very fortunate in the way of resources, timing, and careful use of his own fame to herd such things, but here’s what makes him so generous: He’s taken all of us on his quest, and he’s sharing what he’s found with us. Somebody like me could only imagine what he has in his collection. Now, I can see it!

This book is certainly judge-able by its BEAUTIFUL cover, tasteful text, elegant artistry and composition, and everything in between, Forward…..or Backward…. If you appreciate such fine vintage instruments from Fender, Gibson, Rickenbacker, and a few others, you want this book! You don’t get just a casual arm-chair writer, luthier, or repair tech’s point of view--someone who’s style of playing might be limited to bar gigs (I’m being a bit cheeky here, because Geddy mentions in an interview that he really appreciates those players, and their old worn out basses are the ones he’s been after!), you get the opinions and discoveries of someone who’s anal about tone for ages with expertise, “scientists”, hardware-builders, amp-builders, and whatever else that gave Geddy the tones you’ve heard and could not deny. You get a true road-warrior''s insight and drive.

Included are many instruments you may not have even known existed, all photographed, ‘silhouetted’ and perhaps framed with absolute precision and care, a very long, tedious, arduous process. You will also read the whole story of why Geddy fell into this rabbit hole, and why he felt the need to share it with fans. What you won’t see is Geddy talking negative or showing any signs of fatigue or carelessness. You also don’t get, “I’m Geddy Lee, and you’re not”. You get Geddy Lee, the revival student of bass. Although his interview questions on paper might seem direct he does acknowledge up front his editor did yank him with the proverbial stage hook to stop him from running on and on. Plus, he’s relatively new to interviewing other people. Don’t bite his legs off, you English Knnnniggits!

The book flows nicely like a great setlist. And by that, I mean you get all the greats for every year he could to the late 70’s, a few surprises, superb light-show, great breaks to interview some real heroes of his and knowledgeable people who have nothing but incredible insight, and then finally, what many GL fans have always wanted to see….the HITS! The very instruments he’s been known for. Some things you will now know that you didn’t before, and some rumors debunked!

Unfortunately, my copy was damaged from poor packing or rough handling, but it’s still a real treat, and a great deal!!

Ok, Geddy’s editor is calling me now, so I’ll keep this short! Go get the stupid book! NOW!!
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William D.
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Insight from the maestro and a glimpse at his vast collection!
Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2018
I began playing bass soon after I discovered Rush nearly 40 years ago.. and it was in large part due to the brilliant bass playing of Geddy Lee. I studied his bass parts.. acquired some of the same instruments from Rickenbackers and Jazz basses to Steinbergers and P basses... See more
I began playing bass soon after I discovered Rush nearly 40 years ago.. and it was in large part due to the brilliant bass playing of Geddy Lee. I studied his bass parts.. acquired some of the same instruments from Rickenbackers and Jazz basses to Steinbergers and P basses and never missed a tour from Moving Pictures onward. I along with the Rush faithful, were all sad to see their touring career come to an end after the R40 tour.. so I was very excited to hear Geddy was not ready for retirement yet and was preparing something that would expand his creative palette and give his fans a glimpse into his vast bass collection. So.. is this a book for Rush fans or just bass players? This is a book that can be appreciated by fans, bassists, musicians and by anyone who has an appreciation for beautiful objets d’art... I have collected several books of this type over the years, including books by Steve Howe (Yes) and John Entwistle (The Who) on their respective collections. Each were excellent in their own way but Geddy’s BBBoB takes the medium to a whole new level. The production value of this book is top-notch from cover to cover! When my book arrived (and I had been anxiously awaiting that day) I took it out of the box and marveled at the intricate embossed cover. The weight of the book is substantial, as well.. weighing around 8 pounds. But what is to be found between the covers is truly marvelous. From a well laid out index to interviews with some of the bass world’s elite players including Bill Wyman (The Rolling Stones) and John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin).. the book is a thorough investigation into some of the most important instruments in the history of the bass guitar. Fender, Rickenbacker, Hofner, Gibson and many other well known brands as well as a number of obscure makers time has marginalized. These beautiful instruments making up this collection are expertly photographed on a heavy mill paper that adds to the sumptuous feel of this book. Geddy Lee and his publisher’s attention to detail on how every page and every photo and written description are laid out, may be the most impressive aspect of the book! For those who are Geddy fans, Rush fans, bass fans or music fans.. there’s something for everyone to enjoy here in the clever and insightful writing, illustrations, historical facts, stories and observations. I’m proud to add this masterful book to my collection and will refer back to it for many years to come!
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Richard
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Awesome book and goofy sticker affixed directly to the textured cover
Reviewed in the United States on July 31, 2019
The book is awesome. Super happy I bought it. BUT, they stick a big silver sticker, that’s not easy to remove and leaves a shiny circle when removed, directly on the textured cover that’s says Rolling Stone likes the book. Who cares if Rolling Stone, or any other... See more
The book is awesome. Super happy I bought it.
BUT, they stick a big silver sticker, that’s not easy to remove and leaves a shiny circle when removed, directly on the textured cover that’s says Rolling Stone likes the book. Who cares if Rolling Stone, or any other magazine, likes the book? Why not put the dumb sticker on the cellophane wrapper so we don’t have to choose between looking at an awesome book cover that looks like someone left a drink on it, and a Rolling Stone advertisement? Marketing people sure know how to ruin art, sheesh.
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CNorris
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An outstanding work.
Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2019
If you''re a fan of Rush you will probably like this. If you''re a bass player will love this. If you''re a bass playing fan of Rush you will be thrilled. Geddy has done a great job of channeling an admittedly maniacal obsession with looking at the... See more
If you''re a fan of Rush you will probably like this.
If you''re a bass player will love this.
If you''re a bass playing fan of Rush you will be thrilled.

Geddy has done a great job of channeling an admittedly maniacal obsession with looking at the evolution of the bass guitar. As someone who had made a life out of playing one he brings some deep perspective to the table. What I think I loved most about the book, and it''s hard to choose what aspect is the best, are the questions he posed to fellow bass players.

I first "heard" the bass in music in the 80s after buying one and learning to play it. I had always been hearing it in music, but now it stood out and I could hear every note from players like Geddy and Chris Squire. It was really neat to hear some of the all time greats had a similar experience.

The actual content of the book sheds light on some really neat history. Geddy and his crew really ran down some obscure details and the stories of the bass makers were all very different and fascinating.

Finally there are the photos. For whatever reason I gave up on a hard copy (for now) as the delivery date kept getting pushed back farther and farther. Not wanting to wait I grabbed the Kindle version and read it on my iPad Pro. The photos really popped well on the screen and it was cool to be able to zoom in on some small details. I wish the book were longer because I ripped through it in what seemed like no time.

It would be cool if Geddy did another book like this, but I''m not sure what the topic would be. The bass was his tool and given his lifelong relationship to it there''s a depth I''m not sure could be reached on another topic, but I''d be in if he did a wine book knowing he''s a rabid collector of that too. For me I found his writing tone to be perfect. It came across very light hearted and relaxed but underneath you could sense the obsessive madness of his collection addiction.

If you think have any interest in the book just buy it. You won''t be disappointed.
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Chris Davies
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Essential....maybe.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 25, 2018
Let''s not beat about the bush, this book is superb quality. A really nice presentation that should have included gloves. Whether the actual subject is your cup of tea is another matter, but it definitely is mine. I pre-ordered mine in January for eighteen pounds delivered...See more
Let''s not beat about the bush, this book is superb quality. A really nice presentation that should have included gloves. Whether the actual subject is your cup of tea is another matter, but it definitely is mine. I pre-ordered mine in January for eighteen pounds delivered and i was gobsmacked when i opened the box. If you are a Rush fan you must consider buying this as its full of interesting information regarding a third of one of the most important Prog/Hard Rock bands that has ever existed. Of particular interest to me was a run down of all the gear he used during his Rush years and the photographs the go with it. The interviews i haven''t got to yet but im sure they will be entertaining. My only gripe is that more bass players were not included but some of them are long gone so not much can be done about that. If you are a) a nerd, b) a Rush fan or c) a bass player im sure you will like this book very much. Everyone else should perhaps not bother.
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Paul Webb
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Fabulous book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 30, 2020
As a bass player it seemed like it would be a very interesting book, but I did hesitate as it is quite a luxury purchase. However I did take the plunge and it''s a truly amazing piece of work and has great detail on some of the greatest basses ever made. Sadly it''s also made...See more
As a bass player it seemed like it would be a very interesting book, but I did hesitate as it is quite a luxury purchase. However I did take the plunge and it''s a truly amazing piece of work and has great detail on some of the greatest basses ever made. Sadly it''s also made me want to add to my collection by reading about some of these great basses, but at least I''ll be starting my mission with a lot more knowledge.
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dazzaxjr
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Must for bass players and Rush fans alike.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 6, 2019
I am a guitar player not a bass player, but as a huge RUSH fan I had to get this. Amazon is half the price of anywhere else so it’s a bargain. The book itself is gorgeous, and is full of beautifully photographed instruments and lots of detail on their history. You can tell...See more
I am a guitar player not a bass player, but as a huge RUSH fan I had to get this. Amazon is half the price of anywhere else so it’s a bargain. The book itself is gorgeous, and is full of beautifully photographed instruments and lots of detail on their history. You can tell this was an absolute labour of love to put together, and is a reference guide unparalleled by other similar books I’ve seen. Noteworthy looking for a guitar version of this to compliment.
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Dr Bob
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It''s BIG. It''s beautiful. ... It''s BIG!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 23, 2021
It''s big. It''s beautiful. It''s all about basses. AND, it''s been put together under the direction of Geddy Lee. What''s not to like? Simply put, this is a must for all serious (and not so serious) bass players. However, I think that the inclusion of the word "big" in the...See more
It''s big. It''s beautiful. It''s all about basses. AND, it''s been put together under the direction of Geddy Lee. What''s not to like? Simply put, this is a must for all serious (and not so serious) bass players. However, I think that the inclusion of the word "big" in the title should be taken very, very seriously. What you might find - as I did - is that your coffee table isn''t large enough to display this beautiful book. Yet worry not: I''m sure that Amazon can sell you a table with the necessary style and dimensions.
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Phil
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Amazing bit of music exotica
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 14, 2019
This is a beautiful book, put together by one of the nicest guys in music. Very enthusiastic approach, loads of high quality photos and gorgeous presentation. If you love a bass guitar (or even if you don''t) you can''t fail to be impressed.
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