i came to the conclusion many years ago that NO form of recording truly/accurately captures the sound of acoustic instruments (electric instruments, MAYBE, tho I'm not certain about that either)
my conclusion came not from listening to classical guitarists, but from hearing really good old-time and bluegrass musicians, totally unamplifed, playing in the camping areas at music festivals....the sound was totally omnidirectional, full of OOMPH!, it was 'round'...hit you in your gut as well as your ears/brain...such GREAT SOUND
around the same time i played in a duet with a great old-time fiddler...i played guitar and banjo to accompany him...we NEVER used any form of amplification....we thought "what did people do, playing this stuff, before recording, radio and electricity?
so that's what we did...and it was GREAT....we got tons of gigs, and one of the things people liked was that it WASNT amplified...we did regular friday & saturday gigs at a local restaurant, in warm months, (about 100 nights a year!) outside in the picnic table dining area--where i noticed that those who really enjoyed the music would move CLOSER to us! (and those who were just there for the food weren't annoyed by too-loud)...and we got regular invites for other gigs at parties/weddings/picnics etc.
since that experience, whenever possible, i MUCH prefer playing 100% unamplified....while just 'putting up with' the sound of recordings and amplified live music....just ask yerself: "what did musicians do for tons of years before electricity?" and do what they did!