5 Left-handed electric guitars for under $1,000


1. Les Paul Custom Left Handed Electric Guitar (Ebony)

Epiphone recaptures the magic of Gibson’s original Les Paul Custom, a guitar considered the peak of perfection in both aesthetics and playability. Features include:

  • Gold tone hardware and the pearl split diamond logo inlay.
  • Mahogany neck; rosewood fingerboard with block inlays; bound neck, body and headstock.
  • Set-in mahogany neck
  • Bound rosewood fingerboard with block inlays
  • 2 covered special design humbuckers
  • 2 Volume and 2 Tone knobs with 3-way switch
  • Adjustable bridge with stop tailpiece Black/white pickguard

$714 Click here to learn more

2. Sheraton II Left Handed Hollow Body Electric Guitar (Vintage Sunburst)

The Sheraton II is one of Epiphone’s premier archtop models. It has two humbucking pickups and a stopbar tailpiece and gold tone hardware all around. It has a bound laminated maple body with a laminated maple top. The three-piece set maple neck has a rosewood fingerboard and block/triangle mother-of-pearl inlays.

Features include

  • Laminated maple body
  • Set in 3-piece maple neck
  • Bound rosewood fingerboard with MOP block inlays
  • Dual covered humbuckers
  • 2 Volume and 2 Tone controls with 3-way switch Die cast tuners
  • Adjustable bridge with stop tailpiece
  • Multiple body bindings
  • Tortoise pickguard
  • Limited lifetime warranty.

$619 Click here to learn more

3. American Standard Telecaster Left Handed Electric Guitar (3 Tone Sunburst, MF)

Fender’s American Standard Telecaster guitar carries on a 50-year legacy of superior guitar design. Fender upped the ante of this platform with a new bridge, and a new neck and body finish. Of course it retained the hand-rolled fretboard edges, alnico V pickups, and staggered tuning machines for tone and stability guaranteed to last a lifetime (with its limited lifetime warranty)!

Features include

  • Alder body, polyurethane finish
  • Maple neck Maple or rosewood fingerboard
  • 22 medium jumbo frets
  • Rolled egdes American Tele Single Coil pickups
  • Delta Tone circuit Volume and Tone knobs with 3-way switch
  • American Standard Telecaster bridge with New American Standard bent steel saddles and stamped brass plate
  • Chrome hardware
  • Includes SKB-designed case with TSA latches, cable, strap, polish cloth, and wrenches

$999 Click here to learn more

4. American Standard Stratocaster Left Handed

Today’s Fender American Standard Stratocaster guitars are worthy heirs of their revered ancestorsmindful of player needs and taking full advantage of modern advances, yet remaining completely true to the elements and spirit that made these instruments legendary in the first place. Improvements include a new bridge, a new neck and body finish, and a Fender-exclusive high-tech molded case.

Features include

  • Alnico V pickups
  • Staggered tuning machines for tone and stability guaranteed to last a lifetime
  • Alder body, polyurethane finish
  • Rosewood or maple fingerboard,
  • 3 American Strat single coil pickups
  • Master Volume and 2 Tone Knobs with 5-Way Switch
  • 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo with New American Standard Bent-Steel Saddles
  • DChrome hardware 3-ply pickguard
  • Copper-infused high-mass 100% metal bridge block
  • Includes SKB-designed case with TSA latches, cable, strap, polish cloth, tremolo arm, and wrenches

$999 Click here to learn more

5.  Highway One Stratocaster Left Handed Electric Guitar

Upgraded and hot-rodded! The Highway One series gets upgraded in full force! Super-sized frets, ’70s styling, new Alnico-3 pickups, and new colors take this amazing guitar to the next level. The new Hot Strat pickups create a rounder sound that can sound glassy or great with high gain. One of the most exciting U.S. made instruments in the Fender line!

Features include:

  • Alder body
  • Maple neck with rosewood or maple fingerboard
  • Fender/Ping tuners
  • Vintag- style synchronized tremolo
  • Greasebucket tone circuit.
  • Includes gig bag.

$699 Click here to learn more

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