#1
Typically I play with my left hand playing chords/notes and my right hand picking. I decided to switch it around today after curiosity and noticed that my right hand is just...better. I know that being right handed helps a lot but I am stronger in my right hand and can span a fret more than my left.

Should I keep plugging away at it with my left hand and know that someday it will gradually get stronger and more flexible? Are there any exercises, besides playing scales, that I could do away from home?


I'm just a little bummed out; I don't fancy the idea of buying a left handed guitar or reverse stringing my electric guitar from what is the standard.

Anyways, thanks for listening and thanks again for any help!
#2
It depends, everyone is good at fretting with their right hand, (if their righties) but are you efficient at picking with your left. If you then i think you should try out at lefty guitar or something and see how it feels, how long have you been playing righty for though?
#3
theres sorta a reason why you should work with your off-hand fretting and your dominant hand picking. Your body uses its 6th sense to monitor where the position of your non-dominant hand is, and it uses sight to keep track of your dominant hand. What this means is that your going to run into huge co-ordination issues with having to look at both your right hand when fretting, and building accuracy picking with your left. Just go ahead and keep using your non-dominant hand to fret.