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Guitar Nine Surveys: Historical Results

Here are the results of the surveys we conducted on the Guitar Nine site in 2005.

February, 2005 Survey Results

Microsoft`s Bill Gates says all music will be digitally distributed by 2010. Is he right?
No, CDs Will Be Around A Long Time        51.3%
Yes        29.2%
No, CDs Will Disappear in 2015        8.0%
No, CDs Will Disappear Sooner        4.4%
No, CDs Will Disappear in 2020        4.4%
No, CDs Will Disappear in 2025        2.7%

April, 2005 Survey Results

Have you ever purchased downloadable music from any online store, such as iTunes or MSN Music?
No, I Prefer CDs        74.0%
Yes, Somewhat Satisfied        13.0%
Yes, Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied        5.2%
Yes, Extremely Satisfied        3.9%
No, But I Plan To        2.6%
Yes, Extremely Dissatisfied        1.3%

June, 2005 Survey Results

Where do you do the most listening of your CDs or other recorded music?
In the car        32.0%
On the computer        24.7%
Through a stereo system        21.6%
On a portable MP3 player        12.4%
On a portable CD player        9.3%

August, 2005 Survey Results

What has been the most valuable process you have used to improve as a guitarist?
Playing with other musicians        32.1%
Personal instruction        17.9%
Playing along with CDs/Radio        13.1%
Free-form woodshedding        11.9%
Self-study - DVD/Video        10.7%
Self-study - Books        6.0%
Group instruction        3.6%
Self-study - Book/CD        2.4%
Self-study - Internet        2.4%

October, 2005 Survey Results

How many instrumental (or mostly instrumental) guitar-oriented CDs do you own?
More than 200        27.9%
1-25        22.5%
26-50        19.8%
76-100        9.0%
51-75        7.2%
101-125        4.5%
151-175        3.6%
176-200        2.7%
126-150        1.8%
None        0.9%

December, 2005 Survey Results

What do you really want (or did you want) for your holiday gift this year?
12 Instrumental CDs        30.0%
A New Guitar Under The Tree        28.3%
6 Guitar Lessons        17.5%
8 Concert DVDs        8.3%
2 Days At NAMM        6.7%
9 Percent Of Guitar Nine, Inc.        3.3%
4 Stomp Boxes        3.3%
11 Packs Of Strings        0.8%
5 Golden Picks        0.8%
3 Master Classes        0.8%

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