Peerless : Left Handed Guitars

Peerless Guitars was established in 1970. Since then they have built quality archtop and acoustic guitars for world-renowned top brands such as Gretsch, Epiphone, Alvarez and many others with high standards of quality. The Peerless factory is currently located in an area called Gimhae within Korea.

Peerless specialise in acoustic and hollow-body electric guitars and basses at affordable and up to mid-range price points. See their website below to view the entire range.

Peerless Left Handed Guitars

The good news for southpaw players is that every single one of the guitars comprising the Peerless catalogue is available to order left handed.  The chance of finding one in stock in your local store is pretty slim, but any Peerless dealer should be able to special order a lefty model for you.

Peerless Left Handed Guitar Bass

The image above shows a small selection of the current Peerless catalogue, but please visit their website to view the full range.

Peerless Website

The main Peerless website is written in Korean, so you’re probably going to want to visit one of their English speaking sites for further information.  There are plenty of great pictures on their European site but it does seem a little tricky to navigate and there is zero mention of the availability of left handed guitars.  I’ve included a few regional sites below to cover all bases.

For more information:
Peerless (Korean)
Peerless Europe
Peerless Australia 

 
7 replies
  1. Andrew
    Andrew says:

    I bought a Peerless Cremona a few days ago and it’s a wonderful guitar. Has a dark sound that still really pops out. I got it from a shop that carries primarily archtop guitars. They had a relatively good selection of left handed guitars, and many of them were Peerless guitars.

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  2. pp
    pp says:

    They have Epiphone pickus in their guitars?? What the hell?
    This is never a good sign.
    Better put in some SD’s, they are not that exepnsive.

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    • Neal
      Neal says:

      As is mentioned above, the Peerless factory makes guitars for Gibson, Epiphone and Gretsch to name a few, so it is unsurprising that they choose to use some of these pickups in their guitars.

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  3. Brandon
    Brandon says:

    I’m very interested in the second guitar from the left, the Peerless Hardtail, but I cannot find it on the internet. I was wondering if anyone knew of any Peerless Dealers? It would be greatly appecriated.

    Brandon

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