Left handed chord diagrams?
I have just taken up the guitar and I am really struggling with chord diagrams because they are the wrong way round can any one tell me where to find left handed ones I only want the basic chords like e,a,c,d and g.Right handed playing left hand guitar?
Hey, I've been have a lot if trouble with barre chords on my guitar. A few minutes ago I flipped my right handed guitar around (just to be stupid) and tried playing Bmin in reverse. I found it a lot easier to move my fingers into position and actually play the chord, it felt much more natural. Does anyone have a reason for this? I am a bit ambidextrous- I prefer doing some things with my left hand and can write just as well with either hand. This might be a bit of a stupid thing to ask, and maybe I'm rambling on, but I was just curious xD Thanks! :)Can you teach me the guitar chords Please?
i'm 14 and i just bought a new guitar ( Yamaha )! and every time i go to youtube.com to learn how to play a song on a guitar , they say stuff like : D major or something . i don't get it , i think it's called chords , can u please teach me it , THXTricks For Playing Guitar With Short Fingers/Small Hands??
So, my hands are on the small end average for a girl my size. I've been learning/playing off and on for about five months using the Rocksmith game. Last month I had my choir retreat and I played the accompaniment for myself and my best friend for the "No Talent" Show. Both songs had bar F chords. I had trouble getting my finger flat on the strings and play the other notes. I tried wrapping my thumb around the top but couldn't reach it and play all the noted. And there is my where my hands come into play. Look at anyone's hand flat and see their pinkies reaches the line for the last knuckle on their ring finger. My pinkies are only half way between the second and last knuckle. Are there any particular techniques for someone with small-average hands and dwarf pinkies?Learning guitar with left hand?
I naturally write, hold a fork, drive, smoke (when I used to) left handed. However my right hand is my throwing hand and seems to be stronger. Well anyways, I'm looking to pick up the guitar but I'm not sure which way I should play. I have a messed up ring finger on my left hand that surgery should fix in less than a month but idk if it will ever to be function normally to play to full potential. Should I go with my left hand being my strumming hand and right hand fretting? If I should play lefty, does anyone have an idea on how difficult it may be to learn it? Thank your for your time.