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benzi

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hi all
iv been playing guitar for many years
I'm left handed , but since the beginning i was playing the standard 
right hand .
recently i was talking to a friend of mine, a great drummer
and he introduced few questions
I'm curious if any of you have the same background,
and if there's any ideas how should i practice to make my right hand stronger
in terms of technique . rhythm etc
i appreciate any repond
thank you

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Hi Benzi,
I don't have any suggestions for you about how you should practice, but I wanted to let you know that Ted Greene was left-handed and he played in the "standard" right-handed way.
He actually thought it was an advantage because that way your dominant hand (the left) is on the guitar neck.  This is the hand that does most of the difficult work, all the "brain work."
So I think you're in good company.

On another note, someone asked Pat Metheny what is the best way to strengthen your hands for guitar playing. They were expecting he'd give them some hand & finger exercises they could do.
Pat said, "Just play the guitar!"


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benzi

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Hi PAUL
i guess im in a good company,
thank you for your respond Paul
benzi halfon
 

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