Pick up a Les Paul Standard to create the same tones that have defined music for over half a century. This version is a mirror image of the righty Standard.
The SE Custom 24 Lefty brings classic PRS playability to the world's left-handed players via 85/15 "S" pickups, a wide thin maple neck and molded tremolo.
The three pickup configuration of this Ibanez delivers incredible tone. The qulit maple top gives looks to match.
Capture the '80s spirit and sound with a colorful Ibanez Genesis. This lefty version features V7, S1, and V8 pickups in HSH format for a variety of tones.
Combining classic looks with a smooth feel, the Steinberger Spirit is an iconic design. The HSH pickup configuration makes it easy to find the perfect tone.
Distinctive and affordable, this Jackson X Series Soloist is built for speed and loaded with Duncan Designed high-output pickups -- a true southpaw shredder!
Classic tone available to southpaws! The Fender Player Stratocaster is a workhorse guitar, using Fender Player Alnico 5 pickups and a C-shape maple neck.
This left-handed Tele features the same playability and tone as its righty-handed sibling. A sweet pair of alnico 5 pickups cranks out inimitable Tele tone.
With this lefty Affinity Telecaster Special, Squier delivers classic Fender Tele style and tone in an affordable package just for left-handed guitarists.
The Les Paul Junior returns to the classic design that made it relevant, played and loved -- shaping sound across generations and genres of music. It pays tribute to Gibson's Golden Era of innovation and brings authenticity back to life. Introduced as an affordable option for students and beginners in 1954, the Les Paul Junior has been embraced by musicians for over 60 years. The single cutaway slab mahogany body, single dogear P-90 pickup, single volume and tone controls all add up to a whole lot of guitar which is greater than the sum of its parts. The fat 50's-style neck profile and wraparound bridge add to the equation for rock solid tone.
With the period-correct large headstock and black pickguard, this Classic Vibe Strat nods its hat to the 1970s. A humbucker bridge pickup completes the look.
Lefty? You too can rock with a Gretsch Electromatic in hand. The G5420LH passes warm hollowbody tone through hot Filter'Tron pickups for electrifying sound.
Lefties, if you need a solid workhorse, then this '50s Classic Vibe Tele offers time-tested tone you need from its dynamic duo of alnico single-coil pickups.
This Gretsch Electromatic is a lefty rocker with a center block for feedback reduction and Black Top Broad'Tron pickups providing dynamic, expressive tone.
If you're a southpaw looking for sweet Fender tone, this Player Series Tele is for you. A set of alnico 5 single-coil pickups work with any style of music.
Rocking in style ain't only for the right-handed -- this lefty Eddie Van Halen Wolfgang Special brings serious tone, serious-er playability, and sleek style.
Gretsch revitalizes the best elements from its past in this lefty Streamliner HT, built with a center block and double-cut to offer a classic look and sound.
Take a walk on the Wylde side with the left-handed Wylde Audio Barbarian Rawtop. Its active EMG pickups create a beefy tone to go with its bold visual style.
If shredding is your bag, check out this Charvel Pro Mod SC1 left-handed model. It's loaded with SH-6N and TB-6 pickups for raucous tone.