#1
Hey, there's a lefty agile in my pawn shop for like 100 bucks, and I was wondering, is it possible to get a new nut, flip the strings, and play it righty?

Thanks!
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I think it would be fine. Flip the pups too.


Didn't think about that, thanks :P
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#4
Yea you can play it righty. But you may not like it that way. As a lefty who has played plenty of rightys strung lefty the strap position sucks, controls are in the way, output jack is generally in the way. And dont need to flip the pickups, unless they are staggered pole single coils.
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Yea you can play it righty. But you may not like it that way. As a lefty who has played plenty of rightys strung lefty the strap position sucks, controls are in the way, output jack is generally in the way. And dont need to flip the pickups, unless they are staggered pole single coils.


You also have to consider the cutaways and neck joint. The bottom cutaway is always deeper for a reason. I'm assuming this isn't a Les Paul copy....

Surely you can find a cheap used righty guitar. It would save you a lot of trouble.
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