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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Shuster, Jan 25, 2019.
I am looking for a metric crescent wrench. Or possibly an adjustable hammer.
I own 22 left handed guitars, took me a life time to find...
2 words- southpaw guitars!
I get feeling like a diabetic kid in a candy store , and all the righties give you BS replys like , learn to play right handed , I had an uncle who knew some one who did it.
The only thing you will find is 1) strats ( I own 2) 2) Les pauls ( own 3) 3) maybe an affinity tele 4) and some Epi modles ( dont expect miracles there either)
check out south paw they are exclusive to us lefties!
I own a vintage left-handed fishing reel. Thought you should know that.
Luckily I played lefty even before I did the run my fingers through the chain of my RZ350 race bike mod...
It actually didn't hurt that bad...
...although I wouldn't recommend trying it!
Violin players aren't seated by any whim.....there's a reason for everyone's particular location. FACT OF LIFE.....a violinist who plays left-handed simply doesn't get a job with an orchestra....doesn't matter how good he/she is. Sorry.
He does already
I can live with that.
Well you Lefties got the Tape mesure Someone pointed this out to me years ago
Yes , you should . See , we agree .
Everyone knows that left handers tend to be more gifted musicians . It is a very simple equation . Yes , I am aware of the dogmatic elitism in the orchestral world and how an orchestra is comprised .
Just for the fun of it , I would love to assemble a full orchestra made up of left handers only , conductor included .
If you dare to look , you will find some very accomplished lefty players in duets , trios , quartets , quintets ...... These are the places where the talents of the individual are permitted to shine instead of the orderly bias of the large group .
In closing , should a true virtuoso lefty violinist fail to be converted/perverted that somehow manages to buck the dogma were to emerge , I have no doubt that any major orchestra would be able to find a way to allow them to play with them . If not , that is their loss .
The irony of all of this is that , from what I have read , is that the dominant hand theory in the violin world is the exact reverse of that in the guitar world . Go figure .
By the way, I am left-handed as far as writing, drawing, and shooting a firearm go, but throw a ball right-handed...and play guitar right-handed.
I always had to stand on stage right, because I was lefty and didnt want to impail any one with my guitars it was simpler that way
I sense a temporal rift is setting in!
I'll be glad when doctors come up with corrective surgery for that. Better yet, a vaccine....and prenatal detection.
I've had a number of lefties over the years and have settled with 5 early '90's G&L's; 3 customized with benders, and a stock Legacy and S-500, two Larrivees and two Jerry Jones, along with the other instruments featured in my avatar picture.
I'd be very interested in a lefty Tribute Doheny.
I'm pretty sure, 90% of anybody with a stringed instrument would rather be playing anything except orchestral music, no matter how good it is. Sorry.
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