guitar research, digital resources, databases, archives
In early May, 2015, there was a biennial gathering of guitar history enthusiasts and scholars at the town of Hemmenhofen, Germany, on Lake Constance. One of the sessions was a round table with the title, "Old and New Sources and Horizons for Historical Research on the Guitar." It was designed to stimulate audience participation and certainly succeeded. Brief papers were offered by three scholars in attendance. Here, Heck identifies eight points of progress, each of which can be considered good news for those who work in the field of guitar history.
Heck, Thomas. 2015. "Editorial: Guitar Research Resources—An Update." Soundboard Scholar 1, (1). https://doi.org/10.56902/SBS.2015.1.4.