As of March 16, 2020, staff at Stringletter Media are working from home. Our business hours remain unchanged and you can reach us as you normally would Monday through Friday, from 9 am to 5 pm. Our production schedules also remain unchanged. The May/June issue of Acoustic Guitar is on its way to subscribers now. […]
**This issue will receive bonus distribution at Summer NAMM, GFA, Sweetwater GearFest** Special Focus: Guitar ‘Methods’ Aaron Shearer: An appreciation of the ‘Father of American Classical Guitar Education’ on the centenary of his birthGraham Wade on the history of methods, from the Renaissance to the presentCG readers reveal which methods and etudes have been most helpful […]
We recently reached out to Acoustic Guitar audience members through e-mail and social media to ask them about their musical activities, related media consumption, shopping habits, and other demographics. More than 3,500 guitarists completed the survey. Our audience members are researching and planning their next gear purchases right now — are they considering your products? […]
Every Friday we run a test – the same newsletter is sent to two different e-mail lists and we track whether one is more likely to open and click on the offer than the other. For a year, we saw the same result over and over – the actual number of clicks from each send was […]
Happy holidays from all your friends at Stringletter. Here’s to a happy, healthy, and productive 2015!
Yesterday, digiday.com reported on why some publishers are no longer supporting comments on articles, what others are doing to moderate and mediate, and how, for some, comments can be used to foster community and boost engagement. It’s an interesting read. We did away with comments sections on AcousticGuitarU.com, because they were being used to ask […]