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54% of Stringletter musicians are using gear, researching gear, or planning new gear purchases right now!
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Coming In The December 2017 Issue Of Drum **Special Holiday Wishbook Feature** On the Cover: Gil Sharone The world gasped in the mid-2000s as Sharone muscled through a rollercoaster of impossible complexity during his tenure in Dillinger Escape Plan, but he now employs a more deliberate rhythmic strategy in his new gig with Marilyn Manson, with just […]
Special Focus: Top Gear of the Year Features and Departments David Rawlings lesson American Acoustic Roundtable with Chris Thile, Chris Eldridge, Julian Lage, Aoife O’Donovan, Sarah Jarosz Movers & Shakers: Luthier/restorer David Eichelbaum Ask the Expert: Why won’t my guitar stay in tune? Gear Reviews: Guild D-55, RainSong Hybrids, Gretsch G9511 Key Dates Advertising reservations due by September […]
Special Focus: The Future of Uke On The Cover: Led Kaapana Features and Departments Cultivating the next generation of ukulele players, by Heidi Swedberg Shop Visit to Ruby’s Ukes News Roundup Club Uke: Jumpin’ Jim Beloff visits Madeira, the ukulele’s ancestral home Uke Basics: Jim D’Ville teaches you how to use lyrics as musical signposts; Daniel Ward […]
On the Cover John Adams Special Focus: Vintage Instruments & Bows Profile of Count Cozio and his continuing influence on the violin market The effect of string technology on the development of the cello Photo feature: gorgeous rosettes Features and Departments Profile of fiddler Gaelynn Lea American Masters Series: John Adams Pre-concert Warmups with Anne Akiko […]
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