Hi! I was reading the lefty-playing righty thread, because I'm having a bit of a dilemma at the moment about whether to try and switch to a left-handed bass. I'm about as left-handed as you come - draw, throw, everything, and my air-guitar pose is still left-handed. When I started out about 8 months ago I figured playing lefty would make things more difficult, and given I can play piano I thought it'd make no difference. However if someone plays music I naturally tap out the beat with my left hand, and it 'connects' with how I feel the music. If I do it with my right hand I can still do it, but it just doesn't feel the same. When I started I figured it'd come with time, and I feel like I've given it a decent go. Whilst I'm generally happy with how I play, there are a couple of things I've found that have made me consider trying the other way round. For instance when I started trying to learn to slap bass (for curiosity sake more than anything else...) I found it really really tough, but when I turned the bass around I could slap with my left hand straight away Also in the faster passages, I can get the timing spot on on the fingerboard, but can't quite get the accuracy with the right hand. I know a lot of the answer to this is . practice more! And I am... However I've spent decades building up the music part of my brain the bit that feels the rhythm in your entire chest and body, that just goes "YEAHHH" when you hit the timing spot on, and I'd quite like to be able to connect to that when I play! I get that straight away when I use my left hand, but not with my right . Has anyone else had a similar experience?