And plumbers with left handed monkey wrenches
What you’re saying makes sense, but it sure doesn’t feel like it most of the time.
How did it go? “I’d give my right hand to be ambidextrous!”
This sounds like a job for the metric crescent wrench.
A classic to send interns to the store to buy. Along wth a box of Ethernet frames and disk fragments.
Or striped paint, a long weight etc etc
2 foot wave lengths
Around here, crescent wrenches are called Saskatchewan socket wrenches. I have also heard of them being referred to as nut lathes.
Back in the day at a field party, the city kids would be sent on a snipe hunt. Big, fat juicy snipe, in those bushes right over there.
Don’t forget to get an air hammer when they are out. When I was in the Air Force, they used to send them to get 100 ft of flight line.
Yep, I consider myself “mostly” lefty. I write, throw, and jab (if I were ever to hit anybody ) lefty, but I do a few things righty (use to bat righty in Little League). Never had any issue learning righty guitar and bass!
And to be clear for everyone, the left-handed music theory thing was a joke.
So, @JoshFossgreen you truly are a space alien… 'fess up. You have the ET fingers, you’re totally ambidextrous, you’re wittier than most earthlings, and your striking good looks indicate that you have assimilated into a synthetic human body.
You can’t fool me.
…and then @JoshFossgreen bends his knees backwards and runs to tell the others!
I know now who’s being moved to the head of the class.
It also helps me to remember that on each fret one string is one fifth from the string next to it. I remember the “circle of fifths” as
B. E. All Ducks Get Cold Flying All# Ducks# Get# Cold# Flying# (then repeat ) B. E. All Ducks …
BEADGCFA#D#G#C#F#BEADGCFA#D#… and so on in a loop
Each fret is a 4 note section of this circle like 3 is GCFA# and fret 5 is ADGC.
@PamPurrs, recently it’s not apples for teachers, it’s a prepaid
Thank you! This is helpful