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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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Special Focus: Mid-Priced Alt-Tonewood Guitar Roundup Regulations and sustainability issues have encouraged more players and makers to seek alternatives to guitars featuring rosewood components. With this in mind, AG editors and contributors weigh in on a variety of rosewood-free options in the $500–$1,500 (street) price range. Features and Departments Eric Bibb discusses the instruments […]
Special Focus: Stores that Do More We kick off the new year by highlighting community-minded music retailers that go beyond simply selling instruments—shops that help unite musicians and music lovers alike while giving back to the community. Features and Departments Paul Simon has had a creative hand in some of the most beloved songs […]
**This issue will receive bonus distribution at Winter NAMM** Special Focus: Family and Dynasties An exclusive excerpt from Walter Aaron Clark’s biography of the group, Los Romeros: Royal Family of the Spanish Guitar Interview with Clark about the book and the Romeros Profile of luthier Pepe Romero Jr. An historical look at guitar-building dynasties The influence […]
Special Focus: Holiday Gift Guide Holiday Gift Guide Roundup for Every Type of String Player in Your Life Strings Asks the Stars About Their Favorite Gift Ever Given Features & Departments: 5 Minutes with D’Addario’s Ascente Chamber Orchestra Letter from New Zealand Hot Club of San Francisco John Harbison What’s in the Case: Isabelle Faust […]
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