Stringletter Media serves musicians and music lovers with engaging, informative stories and how-to content in print and digital formats. Our market-leading media brands are Acoustic Guitar, Classical Guitar, Strings, and Ukulele, serving amateur, professional, and student musicians with information, instruction, and inspiration. Founded in 1986, Stringletter is a next-generation family business located in San Anselmo, California, employing a talented, collaborative team working in a casual and professional environment with a focus on customer satisfaction.
Acoustic Guitar serves the practical needs of all acoustic guitar players, young and old, beginning and experienced, with musical instruction, information, inspiration, advice, and a voice in the acoustic guitar community.
We publish new issues of the magazine six times per year, new episodes of the podcast each month, and our website is updated daily.
For teachers and students, amateurs and professionals, Strings connects you to a global community of string-players. Published since 1986, our editors and expert contributors cover the personalities, music, news, events, instruments, and gear that matter.
We publish new issues of the magazine six times per year and our email newsletter is delivered weekly.
Joyful. Quirky. Irresistibly cheeky. The words used to describe the ukulele often apply to those who play the instrument, as well. Ukulele magazine celebrates your enthusiasm and inclusiveness. Published since 2013, every issue features tips and techniques, songs to play, insights into the history of the ukulele, plus interviews, reviews, events, and so much more.
Our magazine is published quarterly and our email newsletter is delivered weekly.
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