Fretboard chart for lefthanded player

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Tom75
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Fretboard chart for lefthanded player

Post by Tom75 » Tue Dec 05, 2017 12:56 pm

I did not find anythink, so I made one by myself. Maybe someone else have use of it:
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musikai
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Re: Fretboard chart for lefthanded player

Post by musikai » Tue Dec 05, 2017 10:25 pm

Nice!!
I think by creating this you also learned a lot yourself.
As a lefthand player there also was a time I thought lefthand chord diagrams would be nice. But nowadays I just read them mirrored.
(But if somebody is need of creating lefthand chord symbols I can recommend the Extension "ChordDiagrams" for LibreOffice. The created diagrams can be turned to "lefthanded" by flipping horizontally.)
(PS: 1.empty String = e' )
Sagreras Gitarrenschule PDF
Free Project: LibreOffice Songbook Architect (LOSA)
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Todd Tipton
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Re: Fretboard chart for lefthanded player

Post by Todd Tipton » Wed Dec 06, 2017 2:09 am

I'm left handed, but I don't play "left handed." Anyway, I have a devil of a time reading Italian tablature. I often suspected that, had I learned "left handed" then it might be easier...lol :-)
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