#1
I have had a classical guitar since January and can't do anything on it. I am a right handed person but this was a left handed guitar (I didn't realize this at the time) even though this wasn't an issue I thought since my playing was naturally bad. After getting the guitar re-strung to right handed professionally I am even WORSE at playing it. I can just barely remember the chords I know (C, D, G, em, A, etc) but I am not even able to switch my hands to play them in a row and still have trouble with touching other strings. This has gotten worse since playing right handed, but I was consistently told you have to play this way if you are right handed. At this point, I have starting going days without touching the guitar at all because I am not getting anywhere with it. I have lost count of the amount of times I've "gave up" and I only try and use it now to remove the guilt of neglecting it. There is such a huge encyclopedia of information you need to learn and I can't even get through the first hurdle. What do I do?
#3
^ That.

And fucking relax, it's not a competition to see how much you can learn. The more you stress, the less you'll enjoy the process.
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin
#4
So should you pursue with playing a guitar right handed even if you found left handed a bit easier? Since I started playing with a lefty guitar I don't know, I'm very confused.
#5
Quote by paulsloan52
So should you pursue with playing a guitar right handed even if you found left handed a bit easier? Since I started playing with a lefty guitar I don't know, I'm very confused.
Work with what you have now. You're new enough at this that you haven't even built up any habits or chord formation muscle memory. If you've got a right-handed guitar now, and you're right-handed, learn to play it right-handed.