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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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Coming In The March 2018 Issue Of Drum On the Cover: 10-Day Immersion Into Metric Modulation The percussion team from Musicians Institute takes on one of the most mysterious concepts known to drummers. Over the course of ten days, our readers will learn how to change the pulse rate of patterns using previous note values and […]
***This issue will receive bonus distribution at Folk Alliance and SXSW!*** On the Cover: Chet Atkins: We celebrate the legacy of “Mr. Guitar” Special Focus: Chet Atkins The Certified Guitar Players of Nashville: Three protégés of Chet Atkins—Tommy Emmanuel, John Knowles, and Steve Wariner—discuss the guitarist’s lasting impact and influence We check in at the […]
Special Focus: The Remarkable Life of Henryk Szeryng Henryk Szeryng Bio A Look at Henryk Szeryng’s Instruments Playing within Context of Szeryng’s Era Features and Departments 5 Minutes with Conductor Jaap van Zweden First Person: Kelly Hall-Tompkins on Performing on Broadway Seattle Symphony Gets a New Music Director Stefan Jackiw John Conrigliano Jessica Duchen Novel/Concert […]
**Bonus Distribution at 2018 Winter NAMM, ASTA, Palm Strings Uke Fest, Reno Ukulele Festival!** Special Focus: Strings & Accessories Accessories are Necessities: String basics, what’s up with the different kinds of strings and what’s new? Plus, a look at some of the pieces of gear that can help make playing ukulele fabulous. The amazing design […]
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