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FAA Issues Long-awaited Travel Guidelines for Musicians

Airline travel can make people want to pull out their hair even under the best of circumstances, but it can be nothing less than traumatizing for musicians afraid of damaging a valuable instrument. Now, thanks to new rules set to take effect March 6, string musicians can feel more secure and protected when traveling with […]

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John D'Addario Jr,
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A Lifetime of Service

John D’Addario Jr., vice chairman of D’Addario & Co., recently picked up a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Koblenz International Guitar Festival in Germany on behalf of himself, the company, and the D’Addario Foundation for their dedication to promoting the classical guitar. The foundation grants have included funding for an Elena Papandreou master class at […]

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Classical Guitar Spring 2015 Cover
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Classical Guitar Spring 2015 Issue Preview

On the Cover Sharon Isbin discusses crossover success and Troubadour, a new documentary film about her. Focus on Festivals and Events How the prestigious Aalborg International Guitar Festival thrives on a shoestring budget. Did they like me? Tips from Guy Traviss on how to succeed in guitar competitions. International Guitar Foundation founder Tom Kerstens discusses […]

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Blair Jackson Joins Stringletter Content Development Team

Veteran music journalist, author, and record producer Blair Jackson has joined Stringletter in the dual roles of Managing Editor of Acoustic Guitar and Editor of Classical Guitar. Jackson served as Managing Editor, Senior Editor, and Executive Editor of Mix magazine during a tenure lasting from 1983 to 2014, and is an active freelance writer on […]

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