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54% of Stringletter musicians are using gear, researching gear, or planning new gear purchases right now!
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**Bonus Distribution at Ashokan Uke Fest, Mighty Uke Day, and Sweetwater GearFest!** On the Cover: Get Rhythm! A special focus on building your rhythm chops, with a lesson from Daniel Ward to improve your groove, Casey MacGill teaches his swing strum, and a look at the hands of several famous players. Features and Departments: Swing […]
Coming In The May 2018 Issue Of Drum ***This issue will receive bonus distribution at the Connecticut Drum Show!*** On the Cover: Cindy Blackman Santana We catch up with Santana drummer Cindy Blackman Santana, who was mentored early on by Tony Williams and has a long list of album and touring credits in both jazz (Pharoah […]
Special Focus: A String Player’s Guide to Los Angeles Los Angeles’ Golden-Era Film Composers Journal-Style Entries from Various Players in Los Angeles Features & Departments: A Look at the Lifespan of a String Quartet Stuff Smith Bach’s Sixth Cello Suite News & Notes: Update from the 2018 Singapore International Violin Competition What’s in the Case: Mischa […]
On the Cover: Taylor Rolls the Dice Again: We shine the spotlight on Master Guitar Designer Andy Powers and the ongoing evolution of Taylor Guitars as the company continues its innovative ways with the introduction of its new V-Class Bracing design Special Focus: 25 Must-Hear 21st Century Acoustic Recordings AG selects the most outstanding acoustic […]
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