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03-01-2010, 12:49 PM
quoth the Raven
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Originally Posted by tarheelhockey View Post
I don't think it would. Playing guitar involves a lot of fine motor skills with your fingers and wrists, whereas using a hockey stick is more of a full-body activity. Maybe you have great dexterity in your left hand but lots of power in your right arm, who knows how it would work out...
True. The funny thing is, I always felt comfortable playing guitar left handed. But when I went to the store to buy my first guitar, the sales guy told me that I should really try to play right handed because the majority of guitars are made that way and unless you want an expensive road ahead, you should learn to play the "standard" way. Now of course, after 9 years of playing, right handed feels perfect, but I think it's just what I got used to. Same with a hockey stick... don't think it matters what's "right" or "wrong," it's just what you get used to.

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