My daughter is right handed in everything she does. However, she only wants to pick her little guitar like a left handed person. Should I pressure her to use it the right way or should I change the strings?
Let her play it the way it comes natural to her. That's how it should be.
Playing the guitar left handed never seemed to hurt Jimi Hendrix. Nor did he ever switch the strings around. Let her have at it. She may be naturally left handed, or ambidextrous.
Never "pressure" a child to do anything. Let her learn her own way. Change the strings. Just like right handers batting left. Do not ever constrict a learning child! Let them be who they are and the world would be a much better place.
Now here's a question that doesn't get asked often. How old is your daughter? If she is very young try to convince her to play the correct way.
If that doesn't work let her play the way she wants to.
Don't try to change the strings around.
It can't be done without some serious reconstruction of the guitar!
For more information about converting a right handed guitar to left handed go here: how to buy an acoustic guitar, convert left handed guitar
I wouldn't change the way she wants to do it. If its natural to her, let her do it. I play hockey left handed when I'm right handed. Somethings come natural to others in a different way. You can try to ask her to change, but if she doesn't change the strings. You may need just a new guitar for a lefty!
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