Hey good list, maybe someday I'll get a chance to read them all. I have some other books here I've read that have helped me a lot:
Edurado Fernandez: Technique>Mechanism>Learning, An Investigation into becoming a guitarist. This books is great, really heavy on the wording but his concepts of how technique is formed changed my ideas how the actual process of developing technique occurs. It also gives great ways to break down problem sections/spots in pieces and formulates ways on how to make those spots in exercises. He goes into detail regarding left/right hand techniques and explains what mechanisms are working in each hand.
The Natural Guitarist by Lee F.Ryan is also a favorite of mine. He explains relaxation in relation to how we play the guitar (Dynamic Relaxation). He goes into detail about how to concentrate and make your practice effective and goal oriented. I really liked his chapters about learning a piece, he presents step by step guidelines that can be used to learn a new piece of music. It's a very Zen driven read, but overall it has good information and makes you think critically about how you operate and learn music and the guitar.
This last one is theory based but still great, I found it in Spain, it's titled, Tratado de Armonia adaptado a la Guitarra (Treatise of Harmony applied to the Guitar) by Patricio Galindo.. This book is awesome hands down the best book I've ever read in regards to applied music theory on the guitar. Everything from Intervals to voice leading, to phrase structure in guitar works. It's broken up into 2 sections first section focuses on practical harmony, ie: How to play dominant, major, minor and chords, it also strings together chord progressions and how they function in tonal harmony I IV V I, along with secondary dominants, really good stuff. The second section of the book explores forms and phrase structures, with examples from actual studies/pieces from the guitar rep. I've read most of it (not all of it, it IS a really involved text with exercises and the such), and it has helped my fret board knowledge a lot. However it requires that I have a vast collection of guitar scores....which after 100 posts I should have here LOL but seriously the only draw back is that it is in Spanish and uses the fixed do systems as compared to our movable do and alphabetical pitch recognition system. I'm fluent in Spanish but I have yet to find this book translated to English. There are many books in the different languages which are great, I saw them in Europe, specifically Spain, but Germany had some great stuff to.
Guitar is technique but it's also how to think and hear music. Books like the last one I mentioned allow you to understand what's written on the page via practical knowledge of the language that is used in accordance to style, time period and harmonic structure. Are there any books in English like this? For guitar specifically? If so let me know.