Hi all. I realize most everyone here is advanced well beyond the nuts and bolts of playing guitar, but looking for some guidance on where my learning time might be best spent. In-person is out for viral reasons, obviously. There's tons of individual videos on YouTube that are great, but I'm concerned about ordered structure to some degree; I don't want to put the cart before the horse, if you catch my meaning. I think this has contributed to me quitting in the past. I'm not brand new to guitar, I've learned most common chords, Barres, etc, but I have meandered through the years, and now am looking for some daily structure. I know way more theory than the actuality of realizing that on a fingerboard (some piano, heavy vocals), but I'm motivated with the lockdown. I need structure, in a big way. I've been doing Justin guitar online, but something's missing...I can't quite put my finger on it, although his strumming pay instruction seems legit. I've really been drawn to Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio (.com). He seems to be pretty gifted at instruction, and more than just teaching you things, he puts emphasis on the why of the stuff you're learning. He's a graduate of GIT. Any thoughts on this guy's methods? Any other instructors worth mentioning?