Hi guys, I hope this finds you safe and healthy in these crazy, crazy times. I’ve been mostly an electric player my whole life and looking to use this confinement opportunity to work a little more seriously on fingerpicking, which I’ve wanted to do for decades. I do have a mahogany J-45 which is my main acoustic, it is my flatpick strumming guitar for the most part, as said, never been much of a fingerpicker on acoustic and looking for a tool to inspire me finally tackle that. I know about dreadnoughts and such because that’s always what I’ve used in our genres, only recently started to read about 0, 00 and 000, which I understand is what I should be looking into. Telling you all this story to see if you could help me out with any suggestions. This would be a guitar to play around the house in trying to develop these skills. I have small hands and do gravitate towards thinner neck profiles whenever I can, 60s Cs and the like. And as said, my only other “serious” acoustic is mahogany. Thanks for any tips.