#1
Reccently I had my practise guitar resturng so I could practise left handed but somethings really bothering me. I'm trying to play the main riff to Paid In Full but for the life of me I cannot form the power chord, is it because my guitar is flipped?
Also, my fretting in general is really sloppy (I can barley do the intro to Sarcophagus which I normally do really easily), is this something I'll get used to?
#2
It might just be your technique you have to work on, I have no experience with "flipped" guitars.
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#3
You had it flipped so you could practise left handed? Does that mean you were playing right handed before that?
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#4
if the neck is symetrical, there's no difference on the fretting end...

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#5
Wait, did you restring the guitar lefty too? If you did, it should be a mirrored version of a right-handed guitarist, and you should be able to form any chord no problem. If you didn't restring it, all the chords will have new, probably awkward shapes.
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#6
just keep playing how you feel is more comfortable, their is no point to restring your guitar reverse to play a different way.
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Wait, did you restring the guitar lefty too? If you did, it should be a mirrored version of a right-handed guitarist, and you should be able to form any chord no problem. If you didn't restring it, all the chords will have new, probably awkward shapes.

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