Epiphone was founded in 1873 by Anastasios Stathopoulos in Turkey and started life making fiddles and lutes. The company moved to the United States in 1903 where the business expanded their range of instruments and made a name for itself. Eventually in 1957 after a series of strikes the company was bought out by its main rival, Gibson Guitars.
We have a total of nine left handed electric guitars to pick from, most of which are differing variations of the Les Paul. Let’s take a look…
Les Paul 100 (LP100) Left Handed Electric Guitar
If you want the classic Gibson Les Paul feel and sound, but find the Epiphone Les Paul Standard a little bit out of your reach, this is the guitar for you! Two humbucker pickups, a rosewood fretboard with a bolt-on mahogany neck and great body give this model the powerful, sustaining tone character of the best Les Pauls. The painted models feature a body made of alder and the transparent finishes feature mahogany (because mahogany looks so incredible with a stain finish). This guitar is hot enough to let your leads sing and the rhythm pickup has the smooth, fat tone that Les Pauls are known for.