This lunchtime while my dinner was cooking I was yet again addressing Christmas Cards and had the TV on a music channel for 5 mins (to save me putting on a CD!) ... and was singing along!
Then I realised that the next song was one I hadn't heard in years - "Mull of Kintyre" by Wings ... OK, now for my question ...
Paul McCartney plays his guitar back-to-front ... James doesn't.
Why do some lefties play a guitar the other way round, and some don't.?
I am ambi-dextrous and do some things one way, soe the other ... and some (like fencing) I can do with either hand.
So, just wondered what the advantages were, as I would have thought the left hand had the more difficult work with a stringed instrument. (Clarinets and saxophones can't be changed ... you use both hands, with the left above the right!)