Avoid These Bad Habits That All Other Guitar Methods Will Give You!
Locked In Upper Body Tension: Virtually all guitar methods start you at the first fret, all the way down the neck. This is the hardest place to play, because the arm is extended away from the body. This makes staying relaxed while training the fingers impossible for a beginner. Practicing here in the beginning will build great tension into your fingers.
Finger Squeeze: Your fingers will develop the very bad habit of squeezing against one another as you play. This is like walking with your legs tied together!
Finger Rise: Your fingers will develop the very bad habit of rising high in the air after playing. This happens to every student as they learn scales, unless certain training methods are used. You will find them in "The Principles of Correct Practice For Guitar".