• Here’s a Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 from Lefty Guitars Only’s latest Wood Library run. I hand-picked the woods for these guitars at the PRS factory. This one has a quilted maple top, figured ziricote fretboard, flamed mahogany neck, figured African ribbon mahogany body and old-school bird inlays in green ripple abalone. Super cool copper wrap finish and matching back and neck. I chose 58/15 LT pickups for these guitars. 5-way switching, pattern regular neck (medium carve). Magnificent guitar, lifetime warranty. Condition: New; Body: Mahogany with figured carved maple top; Neck: Figured mahogany pattern regular, ziricote fretboard; Color: Copper; Pickups: PRS 58/15 LT; Scale: 25;  Lefthanded guitar (of course)
  • One of the earliest versions of Fender’s custom work was the guitar that became known as the “Mary Kaye”. Combining a White Blonde finish with gold hardware, this guitar was featured in several ads and eventually became one of the most-desired Stratocaster models. The Vintage Custom ’57 Strat is your chance to enjoy this elegant-looking guitar that looks, sounds and feels like it’s straight from the ‘50s. The one-piece ash body sports an immaculate NOS flash coat lacquer finish that lets the wood breathe with more sustain, while wearing in a distinctly personal way. The tinted riftsawn maple sports a “ ’57 V” profile, while the maple fingerboard’s vintage-style 7.25”-9.5” compound radius is ideal for playing chords or single-note lines. A trio of Hand-Wound ’57 Strat single-coil pickups, connected with vintage-style wiring, offers authentic original-era tone that lit the music world on fire. Other features include 21 medium-vintage frets, 5-way switch, 1-ply Parchment pickguard, American Vintage synchronized tremolo bridge, vintage-style tuning machines, bone nut and wing string tree. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity.
    Condition: New; Body: ash; Neck: 57 Soft V, compound radius 7.25-9.5; Nut: 1.650; Color: aged white blonde; Pickups: Custom Shop Handwound 57; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)
  • Here's one you won't see every day ... a Gibson Custom Shop 2020 1957 Les Paul reissue, made-to-measure in kelly green instead of the standard gold. The guitar has Custom Bucker pickups, Bumblebee caps, Kluson deluxe tuning keys and historic Lifton style case with all case candy, certificate of authenticity. Nice weight, 8 pounds 6 ounces of historic Gibson tone. Condition: Gloss; Body: Mahogany; Color: Kelly green; Pickups: Custom Buckers; Scale: 24.75; Weight: 8 pounds, 6 ounces
  • Here's a dead mint 2019 Collings Statesman LC. This lefty Collings Statesman LC was inspired by the classic sounds pioneered by players such as Chet Atkins and Eddie Cochran. The fully-hollow Statesman LC captures the vibe and tones of this iconic era with a trestle-braced maple laminate body, Bigsby B3 vibrato and TV Jones Filtertron pickups. Finished in a walnut stain. Ebony fingerboard, haircut headstock, CTS pots, Jupiter Yellow Vintage Tone caps and 24 7/8 scale. Lifetime warranty and hardshell case. SN# SMLC17055.
     Condition: Mint; Body: Maple laminate; Neck: Medium-fat C, ebony fingerboard, 12 radius; Color: walnut stain; Pickups: TV Jones Filter-Tron; Scale: 24 7/8
  • Here’s a Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 from Lefty Guitars Only’s latest Wood Library run. I hand-picked the woods for these guitars at the PRS factory. This one has a terrific flamed maple top, figured ziricote fretboard, flamed mahogany neck, figured African ribbon mahogany body and old-school bird inlays in green ripple abalone. Super cool copper wrap finish and matching back and neck. I chose 58/15 LT pickups for these guitars. 5-way switching, pattern regular neck (medium carve), and a brown paisley case. Magnificent guitar, lifetime warranty. Condition: New; Body: Mahogany with figured carved maple top; Neck: Figured mahogany pattern regular, ziricote fretboard; Color: Copper; Pickups: PRS 58/15 LT; Scale: 25;  Lefthanded guitar (of course)
  • Here’s a Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 from Lefty Guitars Only’s latest Wood Library run. I hand-picked the woods for these guitars at the PRS factory. This one has a terrific flamed maple top, figured ziricote fretboard, mahogany neck, figured African ribbon mahogany body and old-school bird inlays in green ripple abalone. I chose 58/15 LT pickups for these guitars. 5-way switching, pattern regular neck (medium carve), and a brown paisley case. Magnificent guitar, lifetime warranty. Condition: New; Body: Mahogany with figured carved maple top; Neck: Figured mahogany pattern regular, ziricote fretboard; Color: Charcoal; Pickups: PRS 58/15 LT; Scale: 25;  Lefthanded guitar (of course)
  • I love the look (and sound) of these large-headstock Strats, and here is a limited edition Custom Shop light "Journeyman" relic in aged sherwood green with an anodized pickguard and rosewood fretboard. Fender sez:
    With its large headstock, thick-sounding Fat ‘60s single-coil pickups and jumbo frets, the Limited Edition Big Head Strat is just the thing to add some girth to your music. Designed for supreme playing comfort, the ultra-stable quartersawn maple neck sports a “ ’63 C”-shaped profile, along with a 9.5”-radius rosewood fingerboard that’s ideal for chord-playing and single-note work alike, and 21 jumbo frets for easy bending. The trio of Hand-Wound Fat ‘60s pickups includes a RWRP middle pickup to reduce hum when used in positions two and four, while the Fat ‘50s wiring reinforces the tone and the Greasbucket™ tone control preserves your volume when dialing back the highs. A 5-way switch completes the package, adding modern pickup combinations to this iconic instrument.
    Other features include a vintage-style synchronized tremolo bridge, vintage-style tuning machines, Gold anodized pickguard, bone nut and wing string tree with nylon spacer. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity.
    Condition: New (light relic); Body: Alder; Neck: Maple neck with rosewood board, 63 C carve, 9.5 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: aged sherwood green; Pickups: handwound Fat 60s; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)
  • Designed expressly for jazzers (but adopted by surfers) and introduced in 1958, the Jazzmaster combined refined looks with a warm, mellifluous voice and new tremolo system. The 1959 Jazzmaster Rosewood Journeyman recreates this influential model that helped define new musical genres, with a few twists for contemporary players. The two-piece alder body sports the iconic offset curves designed for guitarists who usually played seated, and also wears a Journeyman Relic lacquer finish, giving it the look and feel of a guitar that’s survived over five decades of playing. The tinted, riftsawn maple neck sports a period-accurate ’62 Jazzmaster-shaped profile, while the rosewood fingerboard has been updated to 9.5”-radius and holds 21 6105 frets. Tied together with ultra-flexible, vintage-style Jazzmaster wiring—including the famous “lead/rhythm” circuit, complete with thumbwheel controls—the Hand-Wound Jazzmaster single-coil pickups sound mellow and fat; the model’s calling card. Other features include a 1-ply Gold anodized pickguard, RSD J-Bridge with brass saddles for extra warmth, vintage-style tuning machines, bone nut and round string tree. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity. Condition: New, light relic; Body: Alder; Neck: maple, rosewood board, 62 JM profile, 9.5 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: faded 3 color sunburst; Pickups: handwound Jazzmaster; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)
  • Here's a new Duesenberg StarPlayer TV model, sized similar to a Les Paul, but semi-hollow, F-hole, black finish with a transparent black back, gold sparkle pick guard, Duesenberg’s Deluxe Tremola (think Bigsby that is better designed and stays in tune). Arched laminated spruce top with flamed maple back and sides, cream bindings, locking tuners, rosewood fretboard, comfortable 12 radius and Duesenberg’s wonderful Domino P-90 at the neck and Grand Vintage humbucker at the bridge. Tones to die for … the middle position in particular is wonderful. Impeccable build, high-quality case, and even a set of Duesenberg band-aids because you will, in fact, play until your fingers bleed. I can’t put it down. Condition: New; Body: Maple, arched laminated spruce top; Color: Black, transparent black back; Pickups: Duesenberg humbucker and P-90; Scale: 25.6
  • Here's a limited edition Fender Custom Shop 55 Dual Mag Strat in a gorgeous candy apple red finish. Great guitar. I really like these pickups, I don’t generally use the bridge pickup on a Strat by itself, but I like it on this guitar. And the blender wiring allows you to bring the neck pickup in with the bridge, or have all three pickups active, for some extra sonic options. Fender says: Combining original-era Fender style with modern refinements and hand-wound Custom Shop Dual Mag pickups, the Limited Edition ’55 Dual-Mag Strat Journeyman Relic could only have been created by the visionaries of the Fender Custom Shop. Calibrated for balance and volume, the Custom Shop Dual-Mag single-coil Strat pickups are a unique design, based around a proprietary blend of magnet types. Alnico 2 magnets temper the treble strings while alnico 5 magnets give a piano-like punch to the bass strings. All pickups are wrapped with copper tape and grounded to reduce EMI. The two-piece ’55 select ash body has deep contours and a Journeyman Relic lacquer finish for comfort—like a comfy pair of blue jeans—while the tinted, one-piece, rift-sawn maple neck sports a “’54 Soft V”-shaped profile. The 7.25”-9.5” compound-radius fingerboard and 21 #6105 frets give the neck a welcomingly comfortable playing feel. Under the hood, this guitar features a Strat ½ Blender wiring along with a Greasebucket™ tone circuit that preserves your gain when rolling back the tone control. The pickup routes and control cavity are shielded and grounded for reduced EMI while the anodized gold pickguard is a cool aesthetic touch, as are the “transitional” ’54 pickup covers and ’55-style knobs. Other features include 5-way switching, vintage-style synchronized tremolo and tuning machines, bone nut and wing string tree. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity. Condition: New, light relic; Body: Ash; Neck: Riftsawn maple, 54 soft V profile, compound radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: candy apple red metallic; Pickups: handwound DualMag; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)
  • Duesenberg
    Caribou

    $3,809 $2,795
    *** B Stock --reduced price because it has a dent in the top next to the pickguard from where the tip of the tremolo arm hit the body during shipping -- not through the paint *** Another new lefty offering from Duesenberg, featuring a chambered alder body, set neck and Duesenberg’s wonderful Domino P-90 at the neck and Grand Vintage humbucker at the bridge. Tones to die for … the middle position in particular is wonderful. Impeccable build, high-quality case, and even a set of Duesenberg band-aids because you will, in fact, play until your fingers bleed. Duesenberg sez: "The Caribou is a chambered, dual pickup, 22 fret electric guitar, featuring a Cat Eye F-Hole and a 647mm scale. It is also available as a 12-string edition. The Caribou is made from solid Alder in which we route large sound chambers. The body is then fitted with a flat maple top featuring a modern Cat Eye F-Hole. The large sound chambers make this construction a crossover between a solidbody and a semi-hollow construction, resulting in a unique tonal character and resonance. The Caribou is fitted with our proven Duesenberg pickup combination, comprising of the classicly wound GrandVintage humbucker for the bridge and the warm and creamy Domino P90 singlecoil. The middle position of both pickups features a special wiring, which splits certain low end frequencies out of the humbucker's signal, resulting in an open and extremely versatile addition to your pallet of sounds. The Caribou 12-string edition is equipped with two Domino P90 singlecoils. All our instruments are fitted with our own hardware, which you will only find on a Duesenberg. We design it with attention to even the smallest details to create truly unique instruments from tuner buttons to jack plates.All our fretboards are carefully pleked and finished by hand for optimum playability and the smooth feel they are famous for. Additionally, our Diamond Deluxe Tremola proved to be one of the best of its kind, providing buttery operation and outstanding tuning stability." Condition: New; Body: Alder, chambered; Color: Narvik blue, black back; Radius: 12", Pickups: Duesenberg; Scale: 25.5
  • Here's a rare limited edition Fender Custom Shop Jazzmaster in a distinctive black paisley finish. Grab it while you can! Fender says: Created in 1968, paisley finishes were inspired by the San Francisco “Flower Power” movement and first appeared on the Telecaster®. To pay homage to this classic aesthetic, the artisans at the Dream Factory put their imaginations to work and created a pair of Paisley Jazzmaster guitars—one in classic Pink Paisley, and one in Black, both with a matching nitro-finished Paisley pickguard. The two-piece alder body wears a nitro lacquer finish that’s received a Journeyman Relic treatment, giving it the look and feel of a well-loved stage veteran. Sporting a comfortable “’62 Jazzmaster C”-shaped profile, the rift-sawn maple neck has a 9.5”-radius rosewood fingerboard with 21 #6105 frets for a familiar playing feel. Rich and throaty-sounding, the pair of hand-wound Jazzmaster pickups are connected with vintage-style wiring; we also kept the famous rhythm/lead circuit intact to ensure authentic tone and performance. For snappy tone and perfect intonation, we added an RSD Jazzmaster bridge, an upgraded touch that could only come from the Fender Custom Shop. Other features include vintage-style tuning machines, bone nut and wing string tree with metal spacer. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity. Condition: New, light relic; Body: Alder; Neck: Riftsawn maple, 62 C profile, 9.5 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: black paisley; Pickups: handwound Jazzmaster; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)
  • This lefty Collings Statesman LC was inspired by the classic sounds pioneered by players such as Chet Atkins and Eddie Cochran. The fully-hollow Statesman LC captures the vibe and tones of this iconic era with a trestle-braced maple laminate body, Bigsby B3 vibrato and TV Jones Filtertron pickups. Finished in faded cherry. Ebony fingerboard, haircut headstock, CTS pots, Jupiter Yellow Vintage Tone caps and 24 7/8 scale. Lifetime warranty and hardshell case. SN# SMLC19098.
     Condition: New; Body: Maple laminate; Neck: Medium-fat C, ebony fingerboard, 12 radius; Color: faded cherry; Pickups: TV Jones Filter-Tron; Scale: 24 7/8
  • Duesenberg
    Paloma

    $3,600 $2,880
    I love Duesenberg guitars, and here is one of their latest lefty offerings, the Paloma, in a bold red sparkle finish and their distinctive retro styling. The Paloma has an alder body, set neck and a humbucker at the bridge with two single coils in the middle and neck position, with a 4-way switch. Great tones, plus their excellent tremolo. Impeccable build, high-quality case, and even a set of Duesenberg band-aids because you will, in fact, play until your fingers bleed. Duesenberg sez: "The Paloma is a solidbody, three pickup, 22 fret electric guitar, featuring an alder body, short Duesenberg Radiator Tremola and a set neck with a 648mm scale. The Paloma is for those who seek ultimate flexibility. The three pickup layout featuring our Grand VintageHumbucker and two matched Duesenberg Singlecoils, Pearlito and AlnicoBlade, offer a wide variety of sounds for any situation. The four pickup combinations are accessible through our new 4-Way rotary switch. All of that is topped off by our acclaimed Diamond Deluxe Tremola, Pearloid Diamond fretboard inlays and a beautifully shaped body contour." Condition: New; Body: Maple, arched laminated spruce top; Color: Red sparkle, black back; Radius: 12", Pickups: Duesenberg; Scale: 25.5
  • Here's a new Collings I-30 LC in their beautiful walnut stain. Wonderful guitars, light as feathers, with true hollow construction and trestle bracing. C shape neck profile. Same size as the venerable I-35 -- slightly smaller and more comfortable than an ES-335. They just don’t get any better. Lifetime warranty from Collings and a deluxe Ameritage hardshell case. SN# I30LC19276 Collings sez: Our goal for the I-30 LC was to take the concept of a double cutaway, fully-hollow, P90 equipped guitar and refine it to the extent that it offers something truly new for today's players. The result is one of the most acoustically responsive and versatile electric guitars we have ever offered. The lightweight, "trestle" braced body of the I-30 LC has been refined through extensive R&D, and is the distillation of knowledge gleaned from our popular I-35 and Statesman LC series. The trestle brace design directly couples the neck and tail block, creating exceptional strength and acoustical energy transference, while also allowing for a lightness and responsiveness that is both a tactile and musical joy to experience/ Playing the I-30 LC, you can easily feel the acoustic energy travel through the symmetric arches and re-curves of the top and back. These plates have been custom laminated and voiced for a tonality that is acoustic guitar-like in its resonance and dynamic response, but focused and feedback resistant enough to be utilized in jazz, blues, rock n' roll and many other styles. Our new custom designed trapeze tailpiece provides just the right amount of "give" for a relaxed string feel and effortless playability. Lollar Dog Ear P90s are perfectly matched to the instrument's acoustic response and offer a wide palette of tones from rich jazzy warmth to 1960's British Invasion style chime. Drawing its inspiration from both classic electric designs and our own previous models, the I-30 LC is an exciting step forward and an intriguing new Collings sound. Condition: New; Body: Maple laminate; Neck: Mahogany, rosewood fretboard, 12 radius; Nut: 1 11/16; Color: walnut; Pickups: Lollar Dog Ear P-90s; Scale: 24 7/8; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)
  • You could buy a shiny new Telecaster and then spend the next 67 years wearing it down, but who has time for that? This Fender Custom Shop 52 Tele has their light relic Journeyman finish for a worn-in feel right out of the case, and a pair of handwound Loaded NoCaster pickups. Fender sez: Even though there were earlier designs, 1952 is considered the first year of production for the venerable Tele®, and the 1952 Telecaster Relic is a premium example of this design, slightly tweaked for modern players. All the classic “Blackguard” touches are here: 1-ply Black phenolic pickguard, ash body with classic Blonde finish and medium-tint riftsawn maple neck with “ ’52 U”-shaped profile. The first Telecaster had some subtle changes from the ’51 Nocaster, including a slow transition from slot-head screws to Phillips-head, reflected here by both types appearing (as happened on some models).  Not only does a lacquer finish let the body wood “breathe” with sustain, it wears in a personal way and is an authentic original-era element. We wanted to give this guitar the fattest, gruntiest tone you’ve ever heard from a Tele, so we loaded it with a pair of Hand-Wound ’51 Loaded Nocaster single-coil pickups, tied together with Fat ‘50s Tele wiring and a 3-way pickup switch. Other features include 9.5”-radius fingerboard, 21 6105 frets, ‘51/’54 bridge with brass saddles, vintage-style tuning machines, bone nut and round string tree. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and Certificate of Authenticity. Condition: New (Journeyman Relic); Body: Ash, 1-ply black pick guard; Neck: One-piece maple,52 Style U carve, 9.5 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: faded Nocaster blonde; Pickups: Custom Shop handwound Loaded NoCaster; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)
  • This lefty Collings Statesman LC was inspired by the classic sounds pioneered by players such as Chet Atkins and Eddie Cochran. The fully-hollow Statesman LC captures the vibe and tones of this iconic era with a trestle-braced maple laminate body, Bigsby B3 vibrato and TV Jones Filtertron pickups. Finished in a walnut stain. Ebony fingerboard, haircut headstock, CTS pots, Jupiter Yellow Vintage Tone caps and 24 7/8 scale. Lifetime warranty and hardshell case. SN# SMLC19094
     Condition: New; Body: Maple laminate; Neck: Medium-fat C, ebony fingerboard, 12 radius; Color: walnut stain; Pickups: TV Jones Filter-Tron; Scale: 24 7/8
  • Duesenberg
    49er

    $3,100 $2,580
    This guitar impressed the heck out of me. Set neck, carved top and the combination of the P90 and the humbucker is a total winner, especially in the middle position. The feel and playability is second to none. Pure rock and roll. As Duesenberg says: "The 49er guitar has been built to take center stage with some of the great guitars from the early fifties.  The goal was to build a guitar that would meet Duesenberg’s already high expectations and yet feel right at home in the hands of our legendary friends. The combination of engineering and wood selection along with our Duesenberg pick-ups has allowed the new 49er to join the other unrivaled guitars found in the Duesenberg line.  With an arched top and the fine lines that the 49er delivers, you can see why Duesenberg’s 49er has already landed in the hands of guitar heroes." Impeccable build, high-quality case, and even a set of Duesenberg band-aids because you will, in fact, play until your fingers bleed. Condition: New; Body: Maple top, mahogany body; Color: Black with cream bindings; Pickups: Duesenberg humbucker and P-90; Scale: 25.6; List price: $3100
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