Top 10: The Most Read and Shared Stories of 2020

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As this wild year comes to a close, we revisit the stories you read and shared most over the past 12 months, including:

  1. The History of the Modern Classical Guitar and its Deep Iberian Roots
  2. Digital Conservatories: Classical Guitarists Increasingly Go Online to Learn and Sharpen Their Skills
  3. Fretwork: A Look at Vintage Japanese Classical Guitars
  4. Amplification and Classical Guitar: The Search for Natural Colors
  5. The Truth About Rodrigo’s ‘Concierto de Aranjuez’
  6. How To Develop a Good Tremolo on Classical Guitar
  7. How I Learned to Make Guitars: Eight Modern Luthiers on the Origins of Their Craft
  8. From The Archive (1991): Segovia’s Rhythmic Interpretation
  9. Ana Vidovic: Playing for Hearts and Minds
  10. The Results Are In! Blair J.’s Top Ten Classical Guitar Albums of 2019

These are just 10 out of more than 1,200 stories available to read for free on this website. If you were entertained, inspired, or learned something new from our work this year, please consider showing us some love.


Thank you for being part of the Classical Guitar community and we look forward to making and sharing music with you in the new year!