I'm probably more of a minority here than the left handed players. Though I'm lefthanded, since I've started about a year ago I've been learning with a right handed bass. And I don't find it difficult or weird at all. In fact it was a little easier starting out to work the frets with my slightly stronger left hand, while finger plucking with my right. Pick style would be awkward (if I ever use a pick) since my right arm isn't as controllable with my left, but I'm sure if I worked at it I'd get used to it, too. I mostly wanted to learn this way because I'd be more versatile and be able to mess with friends' basses, not requiring to always have a special version of bass in order to play. A couple weeks ago I decided for fun to try out some left handed basses, and it just feels weird. Gotten too used to the right. Leftys are known to be a little ambidextrous, so a lefty converting to right handed tasks is easier than the other way around. I do most of my hand oriented tasks with my left hand: throwing, writing, etc. However, I do quite a few things right handed too, and they tend to be tasks requiring both hands by needing a dominant hand: driving stick shift, playing video games, using a computer mouse, etc. Almost all leftys have to compensate in some way and just do things right handed, so I surely can't be the only lefty that plays right handed. Or am I?