Recommended Classical Guitar Websites and Blogs:
Here’s a list of my personal recommendations for classical guitar websites and blogs. Feel free to inform me of other sites but keep in mind that I only list the ones that I actually read regularly and subscribe to. FYI, I have hundreds of RSS feeds in case you’ve wondered how I track so much across the web.
Sites and Social Media with Regular Posting:
Uros Baric, Guitarist
Three active sites: his personal site, his record label Baros Records, and his instructional site Guitarise.
Uros = quality. I recommend you join his newsletter so following all the sites is easy.
Classical Guitar Magazine
This popular print magazine has been more active online recently. Sometimes they can be a bit repetitive and general but on occasion they have cool interviews and pro access.
Six String Journal
Leonardo Garcia’s blog for aspiring guitarists, great lessons and ideas
Classical Guitar Insider
by Bret Williams, great podcast interviews with pro classical guitarists
Classical Guitar Alive
Non-Profit, Tony Morris, great interviews, podcasts, media, and more. It’s an internationally-broadcast radio program as well.
Heike Matthiesen on Google+
by Heike Matthiesen, video of the week is good, tons of followers.
Classical Guitar Shed
by Allen Mathews, mainly a subscription lesson site but some free stuff and a good YouTube.
Sites with Occasional Posting:
by various but mainly Connie Sheu
Tagline (of GFA): America’s Leading Classical Guitar Organization
Douglass Scott Guitars
by luthier Douglass Scott
Little informative updates about guitar building
Gerald’s Guitar Grab Bag
by guitarist & composer Gerald Garcia
Tagline: Classical Guitar Musings and more
Heike Matthiesen’s Blog
by Heike Matthiesen
Tagline: Classical Guitar
Sites with a post now and again (if ever):
Classical Guitar Review
by Simon Powis and guests
by Christopher Davis & Giacomo Fiore
Tagline: Classical Guitar Lessons, Interview, News, Tips & More
All Strings Nylon – A few mid-range instruments, accessories, strings.
Strings by Mail – Mainly strings, accessories, sheet music. I use this.