Yes sweetie, because of a temporary "without women" period, I had to hug my guitar.
I even sleep with the guitar, and our siblings, are a human head with 3 ears on both sides, to tune my strings, the body is 100% guitar, and the legs are shorter and smaller, but are human.
Difficult to play, that's for sure.
So dear kath, you wrote that a luthier has to work on it.
The old "chordians" will probably remember the fact that, writing with your left hand was an act of the devil (no joke), I am right handed, but I remember me, at school, speaking of the early and mid sixties, that some teachers strapped and tied your left hand with 1 purpose: you have to use your right hand. A lot of artists, like Paul McCartney, are able to play with both hands. Sir Paul is the owner of the absolutely not affordable GIBSON LES PAUL STANDARD 1959, and that model he owns is "righthanded". Before we talk about luthiers, I just wanted to know, talking about a guitar with 3 tu,ers on one side and 3 tuners on the other side, so I don't see the need to change all this, you just put your strings, but you start with the thin E-string, meaning: your guitar is tuned but the strings are in reverse. If you start playing, being left handed, head, neck, strings are OK. The only things that will be different are: the pick guard who is at the other side, and the switch and volume and tone regulators.
When you are a lefty, having this guitar (there are still top brands, who just have guitars for right handed players) will it be difficult to play? This also reminds me the GIBSON Everly Brothers, with the pick guard entirely around the soundhole, adding the strings from small E string up to the big E string, I don't thi,k we'll see a difference.
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- MY GUITAR PLAYS EVERY STYLE = BLUES, ROCK, METAL, so I NEED TO LEARN HOW TO PLAY IT.
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