#1
Hey, just wondering how many of us here have played left strung right, upside down, and then switched back to normal? I've had a few years off of playing, and I was never that disciplined either and I have been contemplating making the switch. It seems that it would be an easy switch as everything is written and played normal. Thanks for any help!
#2
As in, you switch back from playing righthanded guitars upside down to lefthanded guitars? I think there is not really much difference. I have and play my own lefthanded guitars, but if I'm at friends or whatever and there's a righthanded guitar I can do *some* stuff on it too. I don't think I could switch to it permanently, but also, I don't forget lefthanded if I do because it feels pretty much the same when I play 'wrong'... just upside down. I think you can safely switch from the one to the other without forgetting one way.
#3
i would say to make a 70-30 or 80-20 balance between left hand/ right hand upside down. Playing a right hand upside down is a great skill to know if you go to gig and something happens to your lefty. I own 4 lefts and 1 righty and only use the right handed as a refresher or sort of inspiration to change up things after a while.
#4
I cannot play at all right handed, i can flip the guitar upside down and play some stuff but that's it. I am strongly left handed though, as in i do almost everything primarily with my left hand.