So I have a short necked (or shortstacked idk i'm new and that sounds like pancakes-might also be hungry ) acoustic/electric beauty. Like the title says I'm a lefty, and not particularly ambidextrous. So I tried to play it "righty" and it honestly drove me up a flipping wall, I just couldn't get my hand to pluck the rythm I was thinking of .So the last few days I have literally just flipped it so the heavy E is on the bottom and my right hand is fretting. I managed to actually teach myself the cycle for "stand by me" pretty well just today. I guess the question is, is it totally silly to be lazy and just leave the strings where they are? Tabs are written that way anyways, and I know there is a left handed guitarist or two that just flipped it over. It's all greek to me now anyways, I just started taking the time to practice this week !