#1
Where could I find tabs arranged for lefties (reversed)? It just messes me up, and I could really use 'em. Thnx.
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#2
I don't see why you would need it to be different. You still see the strings in the same order and you obviously still read from left to right.
#3
Quote by BrockTandem
I don't see why you would need it to be different. You still see the strings in the same order and you obviously still read from left to right.


Lol, when lefty your low E is the bottom one instead of the high e.
So it really makes a big difference.
But I don't know if they have lefty tabs.
Should make an option to turn the tabs around for left-handeds.
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I can do that myself
#4
Don't you restring your guitar so it looks the normal way from up?

I used to know a lefty, he played like that.

If u r doing so then I don't think u would have a problem with tabs.
#5
how wierd?? tab is the same for lefties and righties!!!!! doesn't make a difference, I should know, I'm left handed
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#6
Quote by BaBaBoeGaH
Lol, when lefty your low E is the bottom one instead of the high e.
So it really makes a big difference.
But I don't know if they have lefty tabs.
Should make an option to turn the tabs around for left-handeds.

No it's not, I am left handed. Unless the thread starter is trying to play a right handed guitar left handed without restringing it.
#7
Yep, I failed xD
It isn't any different.
The only difference is that our first fret is most left of the guitar while yours is most right.
Darn, I failed...
Quote by BaBaBoeGaH
Lol, when lefty your low E is the bottom one instead of the high e.
So it really makes a big difference.
But I don't know if they have lefty tabs.
Should make an option to turn the tabs around for left-handeds.
You don't have to hold the door open for me
I can do that myself