Lefthanded models to start

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Lefthanded models to start

Postby Bas » Thu Feb 26, 2009 3:38 pm

Hello everybody - I start playing Gypsy Jazz and are searching for a guitar to start...'unfortunately' I am lefthanded and that limits the possibilities on standard starting models. Do you have any suggestions?

Thanx!

Bas.
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Postby Djangoslefthandman » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:19 pm

Bas

I've had 2 lefty D holes from these chaps

http://www.harmsworthandwillis.co.uk/

Priced around 600gb, great sound and playable. Pannote didn't sound or look as good in my opinion.

alternatively

I got a lefty oval selmac from -

http://www.romeinstruments.com/

ROME INSTRUMENTS
54, rue de Rome
75008 Paris
Tél. 01 42 93 23 62
Fax 01 40 08 08 07

They had a couple in stock a few years back. Worth a look

Good luck Ray.
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Postby Musette » Wed Jul 07, 2010 10:45 pm

Theres also the Maurice Dupont Nomade, and the Gallato RS 1939 Angelo Debarre, those come in left handed models (no extra cost)
BTW im left handed.
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Postby pinkgary » Thu Jul 08, 2010 11:08 am

There are always a few here:

http://www.guitare-village.com/gauchers.php
Keep music Evil
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