Meet the passionate, engaged musicians, music educators, and music students who get their information, inspiration, and instruction from Stringletter’s trusted media brands.
Stringletter brands have a combined reach of more than 1.6 million musicians. 54% of Stringletter musicians are using gear, researching gear, or planning new gear purchases right now!
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54% of Stringletter musicians are using gear, researching gear, or planning new gear purchases right now!
I just wanted to let you know that the ad looks great! I have received several inquiries and sales and hopefully it will continue to generate business throughout the month. Thanks so much for working with me. I am very proud to be an advertiser in Strings Magazine!Jo Ann Lasko, owner Waldbrook Artisans
When an advertiser looks at the effectiveness of their campaigns, it is easy to be distracted by the number of clicks and click-through rates. For me, what counts is the number of sales. When DouglasNiedt.com advertises in the Classical Guitar Magazine e-Newsletter, we reach quality prospects whose purchases are a measurable high percentage of our sales. Plus, the affordable cost of advertising in Classical Guitar means the bottom line for DouglasNiedt.com is a high return on investment.Douglas Niedt, Guitarist and owner of DouglasNiedt.com
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
As a guitar player of both acoustic and electric instruments, this is one magazine I would never do without ... I can trust that this magazine's reviews will be balanced, detailed and fair whether I'm reading the magazine or using their online resources.Diane K, on Acoustic Guitar
DRUM! is progressive. A willingness to try new things and an open minded approach helps us successfully market our innovative products to the right audience in new and innovative ways.Scott Donnell, Director of Marketing, Drum Workshop
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Who We Are Stringletter Media serves an international audience of enthusiast and professional musicians who rely on our established media brands, Acoustic Guitar, Drum!, Strings, Ukulele, and Classical Guitar for web content, magazines, apps, videos, downloads, and online shopping. The Sales & Marketing Department is a hardworking, enthusiastic, and collaborative team. We’re dedicated to acquiring […]
On the Cover Newman & Oltman Duo Special Focus: Duos, Trios, and Quartets Aquarelle Quartet Writing for Duos, Trios and Quartets Features and Departments Chet Atkins and Classical Guitar Sharon Isbin Album View From the Front Row: Lukasz Kuropaczewksi Reverberations: New Barrios Transcriptions Fretwork: Manuel Rodriguez Guitars Stage & Studio: Notation Software Reviews: Kenny Hill Key Dates Advertising […]
**Special Advertising Section: Holiday Gift Guide** On the Cover Leonidas Kavakos Special Focus: Trends & Trendsetters of 2017 Joshua Bell on children’s books and virtual reality BAM: where fashion meets function Musicjot: easy notation software Innovative new materials in bowmaking with Michael Duff Editor’s Picks – Holiday Gift Guide: A Year in Mics Features and Departments American Masters […]
Andy Doerschuk, who founded Drum magazine along with publisher Phil Hood, has announced his retirement from the Editor-in-Chief position he has held for 27 years, effective December 31, 2017. Doerschuk and Hood met as staff colleagues at Guitar Player Incorporated (GPI) in the late 1980s. Each brought deep hands-on knowledge of music and magazines to […]
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