So I just introduced myself and already got some questions:
I play without nails, and I'm learning some classical songs. But in some places, I know I got some trouble with both hands (like my wimp first finger barre on all 6 strings and some skipping strings problems
); So I got both Pumping Nylon books with a friend, and I'm willing to do all the exercises from it. Probably I will not be able to do tremolos and all that stuff at the "normal" speed, but it's not a problem right now.
Anyway, my question is: should I still learn some pieces TOGETHER with the bool , and as I progress on the technical side, just fix some bad technique, or should I work at least a bit on basic skills at first and later on start with the songs? The former is nicer, but I read somewhere that it takes a lot of time to relearn/lose bad habits. Since I don't have all that time to study (1 hour per day), should be nice to just start right. But at the same time, even with some questionable fingerings, I'm evolving and the songs just started sounding better, wich is nice.
I already worked a lot on a fixed, stable and correct playing position, so at least something I got right
I believe I will keep playing the songs, and fixing stuff as soon as I find wrong places. But since we got lots of seasoned players here, someone probably made the same troubled road way, and got nice guidance to share.