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  1. Yamaha FG720SL Left-Handed Folk Acoustic Guitar
    $32999
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    $290.39
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  2. Seagull The Original S6 Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar
    $570.00 $46900
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  3. Martin Road Series DRSGT Left-Handed Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $1,299.00 $99900
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  4. Takamine EF341SC-LH Legacy Series Dreadnought Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $2,091.99 $1,35999
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  1. Breedlove Solo Concert Left Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $1,065.00 $79900
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  2. Ibanez AEG10LII Lefty Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $449.99 $29999
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  3. Taylor 310  Sapele/Spruce Dreadnought Left Handed Acoustic Guitar
    $1,658.00 $1,29900
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  4. Martin X Series 000X1AE Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $749.00 $56900
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  1. Takamine Pro P1DC-LH Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $1,575.00 $1,10000
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  2. Rogue RG-624 Left-Handed Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
    $179.99 $8999
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  3. Dean Performer Plus Solid Top Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $549.68 $34900
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  4. Daisy Rock Wildwood Short Scale Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar
    $269.99 $19999
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  1. Yamaha LL16RL L Series Solid Rosewood/Spruce Dreadnought Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $1,420.00 $89999
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  2. Recording King Classic Series 12 Fret OOO Solid Top Acoustic Left-Handed Guitar
    $413.99 $30999
    Open Box:
    $272.79
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  3. Taylor 214ce-L V1 Rosewood/Spruce Grand Auditorium Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $1,328.00 $99900
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  4. Epiphone Limited Edition EJ-200SCE Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $715.00 $42900
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  1. Martin Road Series DRS1 Dreadnought Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $999.00 $74900
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  2. Seagull S6 Original Left-Handed QI Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $695.00 $56900
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  3. Martin 16 Series J12-16GTE Grand Jumbo Left-Handed 12-String  Acoustic-Electric Guitar
    $2,199.00 $1,64900
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  4. Martin Nylon String Backpacker Left
    $359.00 $19999
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    $175.99
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For left handed guitar players, it wasn't always as easy as picking up a guitar and just playing because everything was backwards. The legendary Paul McCartney even had to buy a right handed acoustic guitar and modify it to his playing style. But as the world of music has evolved so have the instruments, allowing for even greater access to musicians with left handed acoustic guitars. Before choosing a left handed acoustic guitar, like every instrument, there are a number of things you should consider first. If you are looking at picking up your first guitar, what genre are you planning to play most? Different guitars produce different sounds better suited to specific styles of play, so make sure you factor that into your decision. For example, Parlor guitars are incredible for classic and county players, while middle guitars are better if you're going for a more intimate sound. Secondly, the size, shape and neck should play a big role in your decision as well. If you're a larger musician looking for a louder sound, a dreadnought guitar should be at the top of your list. Made to suit basically any style of music, these guitars are the world's most popular for a reason.

If, on the other hand, you have a smaller stature or are picking out a guitar for a child player, take a look at guitars with a cut-away design as they are much more accessible. And choosing a guitar with a neck that fits comfortably in your hand is just as important. Generally, the smaller the guitar the smaller the neck, and vice versa. Finally, material should also influence your decision as well. From Sitka spruce to cedar to mahogany, different woods produce different tones, allowing you to customize your sound accordingly. The quality of the wood used also changes the sound, so finding the right balance between quality and material is key. Once you've combined all these factors together, narrowing the wide selection of guitars down should be much easier. No matter the style of music you play, you'll be able to play your way with a left handed acoustic guitar designed specifically for you. Whether you're just strumming around a campfire with friends or performing on stage, the right guitar will make all the difference.

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