Just learn regular. Of course most movements are easier with your right hand. But the trickier, quicker movements are actually done on the BUTTONS, not on the joystick. Most noobs mistakenly think that it’s all about the joystick (probably due to their focus on specials). But the truth of it is that you want your GOOD hand on the buttons because the timing and speed needed for accurate links and cancels is more important than the movements (which can usually be buffered big time, that can’t be said for button presses).
So don’t screw yourself over by focusing on the joystick with your dominant hand. You’ll just be crippling yourself once you get better.
Yeah man, definitely stick with that (har har bad pun) if it’s what feels best for you. Arcade OG’s used to call this cross-handed position “tiger style.” Seth Killian a.k.a. s-kill a.k.a. is probably the most well-known cross-handed player in America.
Jimi Hendrix, widely considered the most innovative electric guitarist of all time, was right-handed, but usually (not always) held the guitar like he was left-handed, but played on a right-handed guitar instead of a left-handed one, and sometimes (not always) re-strung it backwards so it was the “right” (I mean correct) way again. :looney:
That is a legit style, yes. Some people are just better coordinated like that, I guess. Heck, I’m half a mind to mess around with it and see if it could work for me. I use my right hand for just about everything except writing, lol.