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Interview with Manuel Barrueco: Amplification and Classical Guitar, part 4

My article in Classical Guitar magazine discusses strategies, techniques, and equipment for amplifying classical guitar. I interviewed several world-class guitarists and researched a number of amplifiers and other sound reinforcement products. In this series of blog posts, the full interview transcripts with classical guitarists are presented, including Diego Barber; Xuefei Yang; Ben Verdery; and Manuel Barrueco, as well as Ed Tretreault, who manages sound and teaches recording at the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University. The article “Amplification and Classical Guitar: The Search for Natural Colors – Classical Guitar” is available online at https://classicalguitarmagazine.com/amplification-and-classical-guitar-the-search-for-natural-colors/

Manuel Barrueco, the legendary Cuban-born classical guitarist, who performs throughout the world and teaches at the Peabody Conservatory of Music, shares his thoughts on amplification and classical guitar. In 2011, Manuel Barrueco received the United States Artist Fontanals Fellowship for Artistic Excellence. Thanks also to his wife and manager, Asgerdur Sigurdardottir, for her assistance with the interview.

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