#1
Hello!

I'm a business student at Quinnipiac University. I'm taking an entrepreneurship class and I have chosen to make a guitar accessory. I need 150 people who play guitar to take my surveys so I can analyze demand and restructure my business model. Each of my surveys is ten questions or fewer and I would really appreciate it if you could take them! Thank you so much! P.S. I play acoustic guitar. Started playing about 3 years ago and LOVE it.


https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DGPGNDQ

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DGP2DTD

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7PV26CN


Cassie Klatskin
Quinnipiac University 2014
Economics Major
Editor-in-Chief, Summit Yearbook
University Honors Program
#2
Done.

A couple of notes:

I can't give any estimate on how much I'd be willing to pay for something without knowing anything about it.

I only do maintenance on my guitar when strings need changing, which is usually every few months. I might wipe it off with a towel every once in a while, but that's hardly maintenance. There's no need to do maintenance every week.

Frets will not be damaged at all when the guitar is in the case. The only way to damage frets is if something hard hits them and makes a dent, or just from wear over a long period of time, which leads to the last point.

Frets take a LONG time to wear out. Like, for most people it'll be like 4 or 5 years before they need a level or crown. and much longer than that before replacing. I might consider a product that somehow reduces wear if it doesn't effect tone or playability and is relatively cheap (what cheap is just depends on what the product is), but honestly frets are kinda low on the totem pole of things I worry about since they take so long to wear out and you have to be pretty careless to damage them.
#3
Quote by The4thHorsemen
Done.

A couple of notes:

I can't give any estimate on how much I'd be willing to pay for something without knowing anything about it.

Yeah, that was my thing. I mean, the idea of something that prevents fret damage sounds good. But without knowing what the product is, what it does, how it prevents fret damage, etc. ...well, that's not enough to go on. 2/3 of your surveys asked how much I'd pay, and I can't give a concrete amount with the limited info you've given us.