Saw a band with a one handed guitar player the other day. He had a prosthetic attachment that he used to pick and strum with and his real hand for the fretboard. Sounded great.
…why “the outside” of course!
We call them accordions, I’m left handed and that’s how I made music on a keyboard. Pianos you play chords with the left and melody with the right. On my accordion I played melody with left and chords with right. I also had to learn the guitar upside down, it was too hard to restring a borrowed guitar.
I also golf right, but putt left. It’s interesting…
Do you carry a left-handed iron or do you always play from the fairway? My dad could switch hit and play right or left-handed golf clubs, but he isn’t truly ambidextrous. I inherited none of it. I have a friend who owns both right and left handed golf clubs. He gets more distance when playing right-handed and more accuracy when playing left.
I’d give my right arm to be ambidextrous!
I had right handed clubs (learned to bat right handed) but left handed putters.
When I was little I thought that using scissors was just always kinda painful and that was just that, until I realized that my left-handed mother only purchased left-handed scissors.