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54% of Stringletter musicians are using gear, researching gear, or planning new gear purchases right now!
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There are many things I've enjoyed about Ukulele Mag. I like reading about gear - it makes me want to get out my credit card, but so far I've showed restraint. I enjoy reading about ukulele players. I enjoy the section about uke clubs and festivals. I've gotten at least one CD based on the review I read in Ukulele. And I am beginning to tackle some of the instructional tips! Keep up the good work!Steve M, on Ukulele
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**This Issue Will Receive Bonus Distribution at Summer NAMM and the Sweetwater GearFest** Special Focus: Buyer’s Guide An Auction Buying Guide A Bow Buying Guide Features & Departments: 5 Minutes with Laurie Niles Letter From India: by violinist Cassandra Sotos Lynn Harrell’s acting debut in ‘Cello’ Harlem Quartet Einstein’s Violin Tales of the Trade: Despiau […]
**This issue will receive bonus distribution at GFA and Sweetwater GearFest** Special Focus: Mississippi John Hurt AG contributor and roots and blues historian Steve James explores the legacy of Mississippi John Hurt and his influence on the Greenwich Village folk scene, as seen and experienced by John Sebastian and Happy Traum. Plus: A lesson on Hurt’s […]
** This issue will receive bonus distribution at Summer NAMM, GFA, and Sweetwater GearFest** Special Focus: Strings & Accessories The saga of the development of nylon guitar strings, plus new advances in string technology Capos for flamenco and classical guitar New accessories for the classical guitarist Features and Departments: On the cover: Leo Brouwer—In an exclusive […]
Coming In The Summer 2018 Issue Of Drum **This issue will receive bonus distribution at Summer NAMM, Chicago Drum Show, and Sweetwater GearFest** On the Cover: Barry Kerch of Shinedown The longtime drummer in the Jacksonville, Florida–based metal band makes it a point to serve the music and play for the song, keeping his parts simple […]
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