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Left-handed Electric Guitars

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  1. INV06450

    Epiphone guitars started in 1873 in the Ottoman Empire which is now Turkey. The name "Epiphone" is a combination of proprietor Epaminondas Stathopoulos' nickname "Epi" and "phone" (from Greek phon-, "sound"/"voice") They began making banjos, mandolins and guitars and in 1903 Epamindondas moved to the United States. Such was the quality of his instrument crafting that towards the 1960s Gibson began to take notice and ended up buying out Epiphone. Epiphone has been a subsidiary of the Gibson Guitar corporation since 1957 and makes some of the finest guitars in a price range that will astound you. They make amazing reproductions of famous Gibson models including the Les Paul, SG, ES-335, ES-137, ES-339 and many more. Read more
  2. INV07219

    It’s no wonder that Yamaha’s Pacifica 112 enjoys such sales success. At a remarkably reasonable price the guitar features a solid alder body, which in conjunction with the powerful bridge humbucker and two single-coil pickups produces an impressive palette of vintage and rock sounds. The instrument, in a variety of stunning colours, comes with either a rosewood or maple fingerboard, the latter (112M) offering a visual contrast as well as a slightly brighter tone. Left-handed players can enjoy the benefits of this fine yet inexpensive guitar by choosing the 112L, which has a rosewood fingerboard. A smoothly-operating vintage vibrato is common to all three versions Read more
  3. INV07601

    This new entry-level model offers a comprehensive specification, with a quality of craftsmanship and tone that belies its budget price tag.

    • Alder body
    • Maple neck with rosewood or walnut fingerboard
    • Humbucker and two single-coil ceramic pickups
    • Vintage-style vibrato
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