Left Handed iGuitar Model Introduced

The iGuitar Workshop has released a left handed iGuitar9.13 that is made in the USA. It is a left handed version of the best selling iGuitar9.13 that the company has been producing for over 10 years.

This guitar is custom built in the iGuitar Workshop in Cold Spring, NY and features Seymour Duncans, Alnico II neck, middle and JB Bridge, a choice of custom color, choice of either RMC or Graphtech piezo / 13 pin synth and optional USB audio.

Left Handed iGuitar

Left Handed iGuitar Lefty Brian Moore

  • Comfort contoured mahogany body
  • Figured Maple Top
  • Choice of any custom color
  • Unique sculpted headstock with “M” logo
  • 22 fret Maple neck with rosewood fingerboard
  • 25 1/5″ scale 15″ radius
  • Strat style trem
  • Choice of RMC piezo/13pin or Graphtech Ghost piezo/13pin
  • Choice of Gold, Chrome or Black Hardware
  • Sperzel Locking tuners
  • Innovative rear output jack location
  • Neck: Seymour Duncan Alnico II
  • Middle: Seymour Duncan Alnico II single
  • Bridge: Seymour Duncan JB
  • The iGuitar 9.13 Left Handed is custom built to order and lead time is about 12 weeks
  • Fast tracking access to Roland, Axon and Yamaha 13pin guitar synths
  • No need for externally mounted GK type magnetic hex synth pickup
  • Improved tracking over externally mounted magnetic GK type magnetic hex synth pickups
  • Compatible with all 13 pin guitar synth products including the latest systems from Roland GR-55, VG-99 and older systems such as GR-20, GR-33, GR-30, GI-20, GI-10, VG-8, VG-88, VGA-7, VGA-5, Axon AX-100, AX-50 and Yamaha G50
  • Blend all both outputs: piezo acoustic and 13 pin, for incredible new sound creations
  • Connect easily to your computer via the patented iGuitar.USB system for recording, practicing and online jamming
  • Connect to music notation and Guitar TAB software programs such as Sibelius and Finale (Roland GR-55 or GI-20 recommended)
  • Hard case included
  • Optional USB Audio – Add $300

The guitar is available to purchase now, directly on the iGuitar website
iGuitar Website 

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