Axl : Left Handed Guitars

Axl Guitars is a Chinese guitar company who specialise in low-cost instruments.  They have become well known for their unusual ‘Badwater’ series which all feature a dirty, worn look.  They are also one of the very few companies out there who produce 1/2 and 3/4 sized left handed electric guitars.

Unfortunately their left handed range is very limited, with only two guitars available – however technically it’s four since the Headliner model is available in three different sizes! Take a look below for photos and basic specifications.

Axl Left Handed Electric Guitars

Axl Left Handed Guitars Lefty

From left to right : Badwater SRO, Headliner SRO (full, 3/4 and 1/2 size)

Badwater SRO
Body : Alder
Neck : Rock Maple with Rosewood Fingerboard
Scale Length : 25.5″
Pickups : HSS Alnico
Finishes : Off-White, Brown

Headliner SRO
Body : Basswood
Neck : Maple with Rosewood Fingerboard
Scale Length : 25.5″
Pickups : SSS
Finishes : Black
Sizes : Full, 3/4 and 1/2 sized versions available

Discontinued Models

As this is the first entry for Axl on LeftyFretz you may also be interested to know that a few other models have been available previously.  Most of these can still be found in select stores.
Marquee SRO
Badwater Bass

Axl Website

The Axl website uses a nice, clean design which is easy to navigate.  The Headliner model page mentions left handed availability, but apart from this there is nothing about left handed models anywhere on the site.  As a result I had to get in touch with the company to find out what was available.  Customer service was excellent however.

For more information:
Axl Guitars Website

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Neal has been playing guitar (left-handed!) for over 20 years, and has also worked in various roles within the guitar retail industry since 2012. He started LeftyFretz in 2010. More Info