Classical guitar sites and channels I follow on a regular basis. Here’s a list just a few personal recommendations for classical guitar websites and blogs. I’ll only list the ones that I actually read regularly (can’t list everyone). I have thousands of sites and channels that I subscribe to in case you’ve wondered how I track so much across the web. It’s a painful job but someone has to do it.
Bradford’s Top Picks for Online Classical Guitar
Classical Guitar Corner – Simon Powis’s Online School for Classical Guitar. It’s a paid site overall, but some free stuff. The quality level of everything is super high. Also has a podcast.
Uros Baric, Guitarist – Three sites: his personal site, his record label Baros Records, and his instructional site Guitarise. Uros = quality.
Women of the Classical Guitar – Amazing resource on the historical and current repertoire by women composers as well as players and luthiers. Their Twitter is worth following too.
Classical Guitar Magazine – This popular print magazine has been more active online recently. They have a lot of paid ads and sponsored content but still a good follow.
More Classical Guitar Sites and Feeds
Six String Journal – Leonardo Garcia’s blog for aspiring guitarists, great lessons and ideas
Classical Guitar Alive – Non-Profit, Tony Morris, great interviews, podcasts, media, and more. It’s an internationally-broadcast radio program as well.
Primo Guitar – Our ‘friend‘ over at Primo Guitar posts very regularly. Mostly classical guitar but also a weekly fingerstyle guitarist as well. Geared to classical guitarist and fingerstyle twists.
Douglass Scott Guitars – by luthier Douglass Scott. Little informative updates about guitar building on rare occasions.
Gerald’s Guitar Grab Bag by guitarist & composer Gerald Garcia. Cool blog posts now and again.
Heike Matthiesen’s Blog by Heike Matthiesen, very active on social media so I’d recommend following her there.
GFA Reverberations – by various but mainly Connie Sheu. Not very active and kind of difficult to subscribe to, but hey, it’s GFA so you kind of have to.