Here's my thinking: As a left-handed player, you will need to learn to adapt to a right-handed world ... I think our series will be an excellent way for you to learn to quickly translate the right-handed techniques into left-handed ones, because my teaching style is so compassionate to beginners.


Also, our series will be like looking in a mirror, which should be very helpful. This mirror effect will be much simpler than trying to learn from a CD or book, which can be confusing.


So I say go for it. I think you will be delighted with the results. (I'm saying that because I really want you to have a great time learning the uke!) 


Here's a great left-handed uke, if you decide to learn that way:

Left Hand Oscar Schmidt OU5 Concert Ukulele , All Koa, Lefty, OU5LH


If not, here are the right-handed ukes we recommend:

http://www.ukulelebuddy.com/go/best-ukes-ever