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Squier Left-Handed Electric Guitars

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It's estimated that only 10 to 15% of Earth's population is left-handed - of course, when you consider how many rock icons were lefties, it only makes sense that a trusted electric guitar manufacturer like Squier would specialize in a wide range of models. From Sunburst Strats to Butterscotch Teles and more, Squier is passionate about providing beginners of all tastes and dexterities with axes that are high in quality, yet affordably priced. Just take a tour through this section and see for yourself - whether your hero is Kurt Cobain or Jimi Hendrix, the perfect left-handed electric guitar for you is waiting right here. So which guitar is the right choice - or should we say the "left" choice - for you? That will depend on your own specific needs and preferences. For example, the Affinity Left-Handed Telecaster Special Electric Guitar boasts a butterscotch blonde finish, a solid bolt-on maple neck, dot inlays, medium-jumbo frets and 2 single-coil pickups. All this and more makes the Affinity Series Tele Special an absolute steal given its generous price tag. Or, if it's a vintage-style Strat that you're after, feast your eyes on the Classic Vibe Left-Handed '60s Stratocaster Electric Guitar in 3-Color Sunburst. With its alder body, rosewood fingerboard and 21-fret maple neck, playing this Strat will have images of Woodstock and the Monterey Pop Festival immediately springing to mind. Not to mention, its Alnico V single-coil pickups help to deliver a powerful tone that will have every note and chord you strike sounding crisp and punchy. Finding a left-handed electric guitar is a lot easier today than it once was. In fact, there was a time when many aspiring left-handed musicians had to settle on right-handed models, and either restring the instrument or learn how to play it upside down. No longer is that the case, and a big reason is because of dedicated guitar companies like Squier. When you have the drive to play music for an audience, you deserve an instrument that never holds you back - and with a left handed electric guitar from Squier, you'll have no problem reaching your greatest level of potential.