I am new to this forum and the classical guitar, but I have been playing guitar for almost 40 years, mostly with a pick and just a little fingerstyle in the blues/rock/jazz genres. Now I would like to turn to classical, and I am trying to figure out what books would be best to start out with given that I can already read music and have good knowledge of the fretboard and the left hand, but I need a lot of help with the right hand both in fingering and tone production.
I've looked through Noad's Solo Guitar Playing Vol. 1, Parkening Method Vol. 1, and Pumping Nylon (the old version). Noad and Parkening don't seem to have as much indication of which right-hand finger to use as Pumping Nylon, which itself has some indications but not always. Perhaps using one, two, or all three of these in combination with something else will get me going. I may decide to get a teacher, and I've seen that suggestion a lot in perusing the forum. But in the meantime, can anyone suggest which book or books I should look into or how to proceed with some self-teaching? Thanks.