Stagg : Left-Handed Guitars, Basses, Banjos and Mandolins

Stagg is a Belgium based musical instrument company, founded in 1995.  They produce a large number of affordable instruments and accessories, including guitars, basses, drums, pianos, banjos, mandolins and a variety of wind instruments.

Stagg churns out a hefty number of left-handed guitars and basses, but also produces a few harder to find left-handed niche instruments such as banjos and mandolins.  There should be something for everyone inside the Stagg catalogue, and their prices are well within almost anyone’s reach – good times!

Stagg Left-Handed Guitars, Basses, Banjos and Mandolins

stagg left handed guitar bass mandolin banjo lefty

Too many to list! Stagg produces an impressive range of 39 left-handed instruments, including electric guitars and basses, acoustic and classical guitars, banjos, mandolins.  The image above represents a small sample of the available left-handed instruments from Stagg, so be sure to check out their website for the full list (link below).

Stagg Music Website

The Stagg website displays left-handed options separately to their right-handed counterparts, making them fairly easy to spot.  However there is such a large number of products to sift through that it would be quite time consuming and tedious to flip through every page.

Luckily the site has a search function which you can use to throw up all of the left-handed products.  I’ve found that typing “lefthanded” (one word) in the search bar is the most reliable method.  Try it out and see if anything catches your eye.

For more information:
Stagg Music 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

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