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PRS SE Santana Electric Guitar (CSSY)
PRS SE Santana Electric Guitar
  • New: $694.00+
  • Blemished: $610.72
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000
ESP LTD James Hetfield Snakebyte Electric Guitar (LSNAKEBYTEBLK)
ESP LTD James Hetfield Snakebyte Electric Guitar
  • New: $1,099.00
  • Blemished: $967.12
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000
Music Man John Petrucci 6 Electric Guitar (960-10-20-00)
Music Man John Petrucci 6 Electric Guitar
  • New: $1,575.00
  • Blemished: $1,386.00
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000
PRS Tremonti SE Custom Electric Guitar (TRCTSQ)
PRS Tremonti SE Custom Electric Guitar
  • New: $709.00+
  • Blemished: $650.32
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000

Electric guitars have been popular and prominent for decades. For quite some time, being a left-handed musician was considered a hindrance and artists often had to make due with a right handed guitar. Now, there are plenty of fantastic options for lefties so they can make their mark on the music world. As a left-handed musician you probably know that many legendary artists were lefties too- Paul McCartney, Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, and Dick Dale are just a few examples of musicians who paved the way for up and coming lefties to seriously rock out.

Electric guitars are perhaps the most notable and distinctive instrument in pop and rock music. Heavily used on stage and in the recording studio, the electric guitar provides some of the most memorable parts of a song or tune. Whether you’re picking up a guitar for the first in your life or have been rocking the stage for years, there is a left-handed instrument out there that’s just right for you.

Electric guitar design and construction varies depending on the size of the body and shape of the neck, tonewood, bridge and pickup. Different woods produce different tones. Higher end guitars are usually made of hardwood like alder, maple or mahogany while a plywood or pine option gives exceptional durability perfectly suited to a beginner or student musician. The guitar’s body typically comes in solid body, hollow body or semi-hollow body. Harder rock musicians often favor a solid body for louder, more vibrant pickups and feedback, while an acoustic performance would benefit from an acoustic guitar.

The neck of a guitar is another consideration. A shorter neck would generally be seen on a smaller guitar; a musician who does not have large hands would appreciate the easier handling of a smaller guitar. The majority of electric guitars have six strings; however there are seven, eight and 12 string options for those who have mastered their left-handed guitar and are looking for ways to boost their performance.

Left handed guitarists have made a rich and impressive mark on the history of popular music. No matter if you plan to rock the stage in front of an adoring crowd or just want to riff with your buddies at home, there is a sensational left-handed guitar out there waiting for you.