Hi, I was surprised by a colleague who teaches classical guitar, who said that she recommends to use right handed guitars for left handed people. She argumented that most of the students start very early, typically at 5-6, when the kid's brain is not yet too dependent on the strict left-right hand division as we adults are. I don't know whether this is good thinking, but it started me thinking. I've seen left handed guitars, bass guitars, drums. I haven't seen left handed piano or left handed trumpet or left handed violin. I also haven't seen left handed double bass. Are you using or do you know someone who uses left handed double bass? Are you left handed and play right handed double bass? When learning, did you experience some problems that you would attribute to the left/right issue? I'm right handed myself, I'm just curious what to do in case a left handed student turns up. Thanks a lot and stay safe!