#1
how does it work when you're left handed. ive heard you can put the set up backward (highhat to the right) but ive never ever seen this. i look demented crossing my left hand over to use the ride cymbal

anyway, thoughts?
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#3
yeah, I had a left handed drummer come jam with me once, and he moved my snare over, but I don't remember if he moved the hi-hat.
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#4
It all depends really.

Spineshank drummer plays left handed.

Though theirs different ways as well.

E.G. Mike bordin plays with his hi-hat on his left and his ride cymbal on the left and he plays the hi hat with his left hand hand and snare with his right.

AC/DC drummer Slade something plays with his hi hat on the right and plays it with his right hand.

All matter of whats comfortable for you.
#5
Take a look at Ian Paice's drums setup.

Some drummers use right handed drum sets but hit the hi-hat with their left hand(they use their right foot for the bass drum).

Some teach them selves how to play with their right hand(Ringo Starr).
#8
Ive also seen people play with their hi hat on the right and bass drum with right foot interchanging between each pedal.
#9
cool

thanks guys
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#11
I have a friend who does, it's like a mirror of what a right handed drummer would play with.
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