Tag: Classical Guitar

Aaron Green: “Consummate Classical”

By Steve Rider Aaron Green is one of those rare and lucky people who discover their passion in life at a young age. He began building guitars before leaving high school, and that passion has led him to the pinnacle of the guitar world. Humorous, insightful, and dedicated to music and luthiery, Aaron’s patrons are…

Greg Brandt: A Luthiers Journey

By Steve Rider Speaking with Greg Brandt is an insightful and enjoyable experience. A man with four decades in the luthier role, his knowledge of his materials and how do employ them is vast and deep. He’s an individual who was called at an early age, by his own two hands, to build stringed instruments…

Andrés Segovia: Classical Crusader

The guitar is an instrument with many faces and names. It’s possible that no other instrument can claim the numerous facets of the indomitable six-string. Whether it’s a sleek modern instrument made for the agile shredder, or the roughed-up old acoustic in the weathered hands of a Delta Bluesman, the guitar has a voice to…

David Russell: A Guitarist’s Guitarist

By Pasquale Bianculli “My congratulations on your musicality and guitaristic technique” – Andres Segovia, after hearing a concert by David Russell in London David Russell is one of the very few classical players that can be called a guitarist’s guitarist. His concerts attract some of the largest audiences world-wide, drawn by his impeccable technique and…