First Guitarkadia Giveaway: Making Music Magazine

by guitarkadia on December 3, 2008

in Blog

making music mag nov/dec 2008

The folks at Making Music Magazine hit me up on Twitter and offered  a free one-year subscription to their magazine. You know why? Because I wasn’t ashamed to promote my love for the guitar and this baby blog to them. Lesson: promote your work, your product, your zeal. Like-minded folks appreciate that. Notice the title on the cover shot “How to Play Happier…”? When was the last time you saw an article with that title? Mm hmm.

About the bi-monthly mag:

Making Music encourages adult amateur and recreational musicians to pursue their fulfilling hobby and become part of a music making community. By advocating the physical, social, and psychological benefits of recreational music making, we intend to build demand for musical instruments and accessories.

Best part is…they were happy to extend the same offer to Guitarkadia readers. Pretty, pretty cool.

So…

To Enter: Simply leave a comment and tell me what your principal instrument is and what brand. That’s it.

Contest Begins: Right friggin now!

Contest Ends: December 6-08 @ 2pm (ET)

Who can enter: Offer available to US residents only. Sorry. Perhaps the future will include International entries.  One comment per person please. Danke!

How Will I Pick?: Using Random Integer Generator. [hat tip to Nicole] I’ll announce the winner as soon as the contest closes.

Note: I won’t be responding to your comments below because I need to use the numbers, but thank you, thank you in advance for dropping by and entering. And special thanks to Andrea@MakingMusicMag!!

If you’re question is: “Making Music Mag. Where else you at?” It’s: [Blog] [Twitter] Check out their archive too while you’re at it.

Questions, comments, suggestions? Email me: guitarkadia@gmail.com. Subscribe to Guitarkadia by email or get it with RSS.

Saturday 6 @ 3:21pm: Contest closed. Winners will be announced in a bit. Thank you so much for entering!

Andrea @ Making Music December 3, 2008 at 1:25 pm

Dude, you’re the best. And you’re so funny!
Thanks for the props!…promoting each other and our passions is where it’s @!
The winner will also get a nifty Euro-style MMM sticker from Moi. Pow!

Ryan December 3, 2008 at 1:39 pm

I have a two-tone Bach Stradivarius 42c Trombone – yellow brass with a sterling bell. LOVE my horn…

Christopher December 3, 2008 at 4:00 pm

Kenny Hill “New World” Madrid Model classical guitar and a 1989 Kramer “Nightswan” for electric.

-CD

Christophers last blog post..Musician Professionalism

Carla Pullum December 3, 2008 at 7:21 pm

Guitar(First Act) my daughter uses this and flute is Bundy.

Scott K December 4, 2008 at 9:26 am

Cordoba C5 classical guitar

furlan December 4, 2008 at 4:12 pm

Hi,

It is difficult for me to decide what my ‘main instrument’ is and for the purposes of this discussion I’ll say my 1960 Gibson Les Paul SG.

Mayhaps I’ll win…

ciao,
furlan

Mack December 4, 2008 at 7:48 pm

Wow, this is incredible! I had no idea there was a magazine like this! Maybe adding a subscription to Making Music is in order.

Conn 88H Tenor Trombone. Go wanting to be a Band teacher!

P.S.~ I really like your blog, and I am glad to have Stumbled upon this.

Shubham Harnal December 4, 2008 at 8:30 pm

Principal Instrument: Harmonica
Brand: Hohner
Model: Marine Band

Peter December 4, 2008 at 9:24 pm

I got an old Takamine acoustic I found in my father-in-laws garage attic. It had a broken neck that was repaired for $25. It’s more fun than I can tell you about. I like your site.

Chris McCarley December 6, 2008 at 11:46 am

Guitar: ESP LTD-100QMNT

I love the ESP and Schecter body style. Rosewood neck, light strat body but with maple top and dark cherry finish.

Chris McCarleys last blog post..Pause To Reflect

brandon December 6, 2008 at 1:16 pm

I have a black Jackson soloist. Dark purple Jackson flying v. A squire acoustic. I love them all! Thanks!

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