Take a look at the considerable range of left handed guitars from Gretsch. There should be something to satisfy everyone here, from the affordable Electromatic series all the way up to the high end Professional range.
PRS has just announced a special, limited edition left handed run of their new 30th Anniversary Custom 24! Less than 200 of these will emerge from the Maryland factory, so contact your local PRS dealer swiftly to secure yours.
Dean offers a great selection of left handed guitars and basses (almost 30!), featuring many exotic shapes, finishes and woods which are generally avoided by most of the other larger brands in their southpaw ranges.
With Fender having recently unveiled their one-of-a-kind, million dollar ‘Pine Cone’ Stratocaster, I got thinking… What is the most expensive guitar ever sold? Just how much exactly would someone be willing to pay for a piece of music history?
D’Angelico Guitars of America has revived the brand for the modern age. John D'Angelico is regarded by many as the greatest archtop guitar maker of all time. Prized for their smooth, mellow tone and excellent sustain, the current models are genuine incarnations of John D’Angelico’s aesthetic and attention to detail.
Founded by master luthier Bill Collings and based in Texas, USA, Waterloo Guitars builds handmade, vintage-inspired acoustic guitars. With Waterloo Guitars, Collings' aim was to recreate the character and sound of old depression era guitars in an instrument that would actually play well.
We may only get two or three left handed Reverend guitars at a time, but we do get new models each year, which is really nice to see and helps to keep things fresh. This year we've kept the Double Agent from 2014, and gained the beautifully colorful Jetstream 390.
Looking for the perfect Valentines Day gift to win over your guitarist boyfriend, girlfriend, wife or husband? Look no further than this post! I've cobbled together a list of 12 romance-inducing gift ideas which are sure to put a smile on any musician's face!
Have you ever wondered how exactly a company decides which guitars to build left handed? Most brands won't make every model available to us, so what's the thought process? After countless years of painstaking research involving many, many leather-bound books I have finally discovered the answers!