Peavey : Left Handed Guitars 2010

Peavey were one of the first musician brands that I was ever aware of – when I was but a boy all the big kids used to play Peavey amps, although I always thought they were called ‘Penkey’.  They have a great selection of musical equipment, but of course today we are here to check out their lefty bass and guitar models!

Unfortunately Peavey only have a very limited selection of left handed guitars and all of them are entry level models.  Beginner lefty bassists are well catered to with the Millennium BXP basses which are available in some really eye-catching finishes.  However, lefty guitarists are plum out of luck with only one guitar available, what a shame!

Let’s take a look at the rather limited selection…

Peavey Millennium BXP 5-String Left Handed Bass Guitar

Peavey’s new Millennium 5 BXP electric bass is a perfect balance of beauty and brawn. A real maple quilt top maple veneer provides stellar looks at a whole new price point. The 34 inch scale smooth satin finish neck is made of hard rock maple with rosewood fretboard. We’ve also included our string through body design for added sustain and power it up with two straight single coil humbuckers. The result is a beautiful bass with awesome sound and versatility. Try the Millennium® 5 BXP to feel the spectacular action and smooth, even tone.

Peavey Millennium BXP 5-String Left Handed Bass Guitar Lefty

Specifications

  • 34” scale (864mm).
  • 21 frets.
  • 5-bolt Maple neck with rosewood fretboard.
  • Basswood body with quilt veneer top.
  • 2-way dual expandable truss rod.
  • Die-cast bridge with choice of stop tail or string-thru-body mounting.
  • Two J-Style passive pickups.
  • Finishes : Trans Black, Trans Blue, Tiger Eye, Sunburst

Peavey Millennium BXP 4-String Left Handed Bass Guitar

Peavey’s new Millennium 4 BXP bass guitar combines sexy looks with features offering you a great value bass. Genuine quilt maple top adds a stunning look to any of the four available finishes. The hard rock maple neck has a silky smooth satin finish and a great feeling action that plays superbly. Peavey’s string through body design increases the amount of sustain and is not a feature you would normally find on a bass in this price range. To top it off there are two straight single coil humbucking pickups with choice electronics to insure versatile and flexible sound quality for live or studio gigs.

Peavey Millennium BXP 4-String Left Handed Bass Guitar Lefty

Specifications

  • 34” scale (864mm).
  • 21 frets.
  • 5-bolt Maple neck with rosewood fretboard.
  • Basswood body with quilt veneer top.
  • 2-way dual expandable truss rod.
  • Die-cast bridge with choice of stop tail or string-thru-body mounting.
  • Two J-Style passive pickups.
  • Finishes : Trans Black, Trans Blue, Tiger Eye, Sunburst

Peavey Plus EXP Left Handed Guitar

Peavey Predators are excellent guitars. The upper cutaway is slightly longer than most guitars giving the Predator a clean swept-back design that looks and feels fantastic. The Predator includes a licensed Floyd Rose locking tremolo and chrome sealed machine tuners that fit snug. Both pickups are humbucking and can be individually switched or blended to accommodate any style of music or playing you desire.

Peavey Plus EXP Left Handed Guitar Lefty

Specifications

  • 25.5” scale (648mm) maple neck with rosewood fretboard.
  • 22 frets, 12” (305mm) radius.
  • Real binding on body.
  • Floyd Rose® licensed double-locking tremolo.
  • Sealed die-cast tuners.
  • Two humbucking pickups.
  • Three-way switching selector.
  • Master volume and tone controls.
  • Finishes : Black, Metallic Topaz Blue

Peavey Website

Good god this site is SLOW!  It may just have been a temporary hiccup with the sites host, but I gave up trying to find out any information myself and just sent Peavey an email to find out the details I needed.  In contrast to their website at least the customer service department are on the ball – I received a reply within 30 minutes.

As far as I can see there are zero lefty guitars listed on the USA site which may indicate that these guitars are not available across the pond – who knows.  It’s another case of a poor website which doesn’t advertise their left handed products well at all unfortunately.  I’m guessing most lefty players would look at the Peavey website for 5 minutes, give up and try a different brand.

For more information:
Peavey Website

3 replies
  1. Ernesto
    Ernesto says:

    Good morning,
    You have information and prices about peavey guitars for lefties featuring Antares AT- 200 guitar and prices Surh guitar for lefties?

    Thank yo.

    Reply

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