I think the books by Julio S Sagreras are wonderful .
I have use them for many years and teaching, so I from the first few pages in book one getting you oriented, they are filled with delightful short and accessible études.
The real beauty in these books is that they are fingered for BOTH Hands, as most books don’t give you much of a right-hand fingering.
These books are available in PDF on the Delcamp forum here.
The nice thing is they gradually evolved and get harder and work you higher up the neck, and they are very musical and Playable.
There are a few major scales in the back of book one, which probably should be supplemented with other scales and technical studies.
I have had students who worked on the Aaron Shearer method and we’re bored to death, and wanted to quit because they wanted to be “playing“.
You might want to take a lesson or two from A qualified teacher just to make sure you doing the rest strokes OK and your posture is good.
You can supplement those books with other books, but they are an excellent place to start-really fun and very clear.
Hope this helps,
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