Music teacher willing to explore/develop alternative techniques
Dave Barry described the sound of his first band as if "strange and powerful instruments had been given to people as a treatment for neurological disorders". In my case, that would literally be the truth. I have something called motor dysgraphia, which means that my fine motor (finger) control is very poor and practice does not help. My handwriting at 50 is the same as it was at 7. My gross motor control (elbows and shoulders) is OK (I'm fine at racquetball). For a good time, watch me trying to work a smartphone.
I've decided to take the bull by the horns and purchase a Bass Guitar, amp and (most importantly) headphones. Victor Wooten is safe, I assure you.
Does anyone have any suggestions for a teacher that would be able to come up with ideas to work around what I can and can not do to come up with solutions?