For lefties, a search for a 3/4 left handed electric guitar brings out the apparent fact that this world is right-handed. The good news though is that there are a good number of 3/4 left handed guitars and even full size ones. In this post, we look at some of the best left handed guitars.

1. Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro

Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro

There are other Epiphone left handed electric guitars that you can buy but the Les Paul Custom Pro is one of the best overall. It is affordable, produces an extraordinary tone, and it looks effortlessly classy. 

This Epiphone left handed guitar sports what is popularly known as a tuxedo look adding to its world-acclaimed sophistication. If you can get your hand on the Les Paul, there is no need to even look at other Epiphone left handed electric guitars.

Its body is made from solid mahogany and topped with maple veneer caps offering lasting sustain and remarkable tones. If you love the hand-wound RAF sound, you’ll love this guitar as it produces exactly that thanks to coil-splitting and phasing out pickups. To stabilize tuning and enhance playability, the Les Paul has Grover tuners, and an upgraded Tune-o-Matic LockTone tailpiece.

The Les Paul Custom Pro has a rock star look with shiny gold embellishments that make it stand out in the swankiest gigs. The rich tone it delivers and its intricately balanced top makes this one of the best Epiphone left handed guitars.

The Les Paul Custom Pro left handed guitar has classic PAF humbuckers that make the electric guitars sound unbeatable. It features built-in coil-tapping while the neck pickup’s tone control house the phase selector. These two work harmoniously to produce a slightly overwound but warm and balanced sound.  

Pros:

  • Classy look yet affordable
  • ProBucker humbucking pickups for a unique sound profile
  • A combination of premium woods for the build

Cons:

  • Not available in more colors
Epiphone Les Paul Custom Pro

2 Humbucking Pickups - Ebony. Solidbody Electric Guitar. Rosewood Fingerboard.

 

2. Squire By Fender Affinity Stratocaster

Squire By Fender Affinity Stratocaster

Are you a beginner leftie looking for an electric guitar made just for you? You are in luck. This Squier by Fender Affinity Stratocaster is not only affordable, but it is also extremely good looking for a beginner guitar. Its solid design and impressive features make this an admirable yet practical beginner electric guitar.

So, what do you get with the Squier by Fender Stratocaster? It boasts a flowing “C” shape on which you’ll find a respectable 21 frets allowing you to manipulate the fretboard easily. For better sound production, it has 3 standard coil pickups in addition to five-way switches. This electric guitar produces a high-quality vintage sound although the feedback is lacking.

While there are many other guitars whose sound production is more dynamic, the Squier Affinity Stratocaster is no slouch. The craftsmanship behind this shows in its effortless blend of style, design, and features making it a must-have for any leftie looking for a starter guitar that will last.

Pros:

  • Solid and sturdy build
  • Updated features
  • Flawless finish
  • Packs many practical features

Cons:

  • Does not come in a bundle so you will need to invest in other gear like an amp
Squire By Fender Affinity Stratocaster.

Maple neck with “C”-shaped profile and “large” headstock. 21-fret maple fingerboard. Three single-coil Stratocaster pickups with five-way switching.

 

3. Squier By Fender Affinity Telecaster Beginner Electric Guitar

Squier By Fender Affinity Telecaster Beginner Electric Guitar

Fender is known for its wide range of affordable and exceptionally designed guitars. If there was ever competition for best left handed guitar, Epiphone left handed guitars would step into the ring with Fender. The Squire affinity takes center stage for beginners and includes features such as a solid maple build, a six-saddled bridge, and dual single-coil selection switches.

With its brilliant design and a vintage finish, you can clearly see the classic Fender touch in it. For a beginner, this would be a perfect buy without doubt. The appearance, sound, and feel of the Squire by Fender affinity telecaster makes for a stunning piece that will astound you with its versatility and quality.

If you prefer simplicity and practicality, this is one guitar worth every penny.

Pros:

  • Great iconic design and features
  • Feature packed
  • Affordable
  • Made for learners

Cons:

  • Needs replacing once you have perfected your style and craft as it is optimized for beginners and not professionals
Squier By Fender Affinity Telecaster Beginner Electric Guitar

Two single-coil pickups offer a great range of tones. With a 3-way pickup selector switch, choosing your favorite tones is a breeze. A comfortable neck, quality hardware, and quality construction.

 

4. Schecter Hellraiser C-1 Left Handed Guitar

Schecter Hellraiser C-1 Left Handed Guitar

With a name like Hellraiser, it comes as no surprise that this is one of those guitars that will raise hell in a party with epic sound. The company behind the C-1 left handed guitar has a history spanning several decades of professional grade guitar crafting. The Hellraiser C-1 is especially ideal if you are a metal guitarist. For a beginner, this might not be the best beginner guitar seeing that it costs just shy of $1000.

Straight out of the box, the Hellraiser C-1 catches your eye with its premium finish and trim. It sports a fiery red maple top in a quilted pattern, a mahogany neck, and gothic cross inlays. It produces a smooth, detail-filled sound and has superior tuning stability thanks to its Schecter locking tuners that help lock the string into place.

And that’s not all!

The rosewood fretboard contributes to its ability to produce rich sounds, and it boasts excellent sustain to boot. With its slick dual EMG pickups, the C-1 produces strong and clear tones and excellent action. The overall build of the C-1 also supports versatile playing styles making it a go-to if you are a versatile guitarist or you like experimenting with different styles.

The versatility of the Schecter Hellraiser C-1’s playing styles is thanks to its ability to switch from humbucker to single-coil modes.

Pros:

  • Comfortable and light
  • Great intonation and sound quality
  • Premium craftsmanship, design, and finish
  • 24 frets

Cons:

  • Expensive for beginners but excellent if you can afford it

There are some other Epiphone left handed guitars but living in a right-handed world, Epiphone guitars for lefties are a bit hard to come by. However, other than the Les Paul Custom Pro, there are others like the Epiphone ENSLEBCH1 and the Epiphone ENLPLHSNH1.

But, with our review, you now know not to set your eyes on Epiphone left handed guitars alone. The guitars above are all excellent. It’s up to you to decide which best fits your purpose, budget, and preference.

Schecter Hellraiser C-1 Left Handed Guitar

Set-Neck w/ Ultra Access. Quilted Maple Top. EMG Active 81TW/89 pickups.

 

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Robert Smith
Robert is a guitarist who holds a bachelor's degree in music issued by the Manhattan School of Music. With several years of hands-on experience, he’s now deeply interested in teaching his knowledge and insights with everyone.

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