Maybe I’m not exactly a beginner - I’ve been fronting a honky tonk band playing rhythm guitar for about a year - but I ain’t much, and I’m still finding my way with how to find my way. LOVE these lessons, though, especially the rhythm stuff. My question: is it essential to start out looking at what you’re trying to do? I far prefer to just “feel” my way around and listen to what I’m doing (or trying to do) rather than stare down at it. But maybe that’s a mistake starting out? Brain research says it’s better to do something perfectly and slowly at first, to get them furrows in your brain started out right, and I reckon looking at what you’re doing helps in that regard. On the other hand, you’re gonna have to cross that bridge from “looking” to “feeling” at some point, so why not start there, so as not to waste time? What say ye?