Perhaps you should get a Feather AC type razor to learn to shave with while you learn to hone. Learning to do both at the same time can and often is quite difficult.
Now on the other hand the Weck Sextoblade with the guard "would " be considered or generally Is considered like a straight razor with training wheels....I strongly advise against that.
My apologies for contradicting you, but while one doesn’t need to worry about stropping and honing, Feather AC razors are more aggressive, less forgiving, and harder to learn than a well honed straight razor.
Especially the first few shaves after inserting a new blade will be harsh and I am now in the habit of palm-stropping a new blade in my Feather ACs to quicker reach the peak performance level of a blade.
In general, it is my opinion that the myth that shavettes and razors like the Feather AC are straight razors on training wheels is just that: a myth.
Feather ACs are too expensive and shavettes do not really duplicate the feel and heft of a straight razor.
In case of a Feather AC, the disadvantage is that if you should come to the conclusion that this type of razor is not for you you probably have already spent quite a bit of money (that you could have better spent on a more gentle straight razor or premium safety razor).