One of the coolest benefits of providing these guitars to my lefty brothers and sisters is the opportunity to sample boutique builds from makers I would not otherwise encounter. This guitar, made by Toronto luthier Joseph Yanuziello knocked my socks off … small, lightweight hollow body (5 pounds, 1 ounce), lively custom designed Fralin pickups with articulate tone (just ask Bill Frisell, he owns one), impeccable quality and just super fun to play. Not to mention the beautifully figured maple top, comfortable neck carve and handsome Viceroy burst finish. With hardshell case. These guitars are getting very expensive, and deservedly so, here’s a chance to get a very rare lefty in terrific condition at a nice savings.

This is what Bill Frisell says about his: “I’m lucky to have an instrument like this. It inspires me. Joe Yanuziello is somehow able to capture the mysterious…the unexplainable…that which is found in the old guitars I (we all) love. He obviously has a deep understanding of the history…and then bumps it up a notch…refines it…without losing the good stuff. Takes it into the future. I love this guitar. Thank you Joe!

Condition: Excellent; Body: mahogany, highly figured curly maple top; Neck: mahogany, medium C carve, 12 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: Viceroy Burst; Pickups: Custom Fralin; Scale: 24.75; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)