I was playing guitar (with teachers) first four years. This was acoustic guitar, and I played mostly pop/rock music.
I had a period of not really playing for the six years of my studying (I was learning like two songs a year, and that mostly to learn to play and sing at the same time). Anyway, this was all with the pick, and only occasionally with fingers.
Now I wanted to learn the classical guitar. That includes two things especially: learning to play sheet music off the paper, and learning the finger picking.
First thing is going painfully slow, but that is what I expected, at least it is going, and it will come with practice.
The problem I have is following. The exercises for right hand are always extremely boring (like chromatic scales with im/mi/ma/am/ia/ai and other "pattern" exercises), and after 10-15 mins of those, I am falling asleap. I am willing to do those, but that is not something that I ever look forward to.
I'm not questioning their usefulness, but these exercises do not bring hop in my step when I am going home to play guitar. So i was searching for some nice songs, hoping that I will also find "p i m a" marked on the sheets. Sheet music on the delcamp.net doesn't really have those indicators marked. It has the left hand thoroughly explained in the sheets, but not the picking order.
Where can I find some nice songs, ones that I will enjoy playing, that have right hand indicators?
I will probably separate my practice in two parts, with exercises being one and songs being the other, but I really find it hard to go through the book and practice exercises in order, simply because it looks like never ending list of boring exercises.