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Can anything beat a Gibson guitar? It's tempting to answer that question with a "no," but if you did, you might change your mind when you've had a look at these Gibson Custom left handed electric guitars. Here you'll find an impressive lineup of SG and Les Paul models - and all the proof you need to show that the one thing better than a Gibson is a premium Gibson. These instruments also prove that right-handed guitarists don't get to have all the fun. Since everything in this section is lefty-oriented, you can reserve one knowing you won't have to play upside-down to enjoy it, which just might make the anticipation all the sweeter.
Most of the guitars here have roots running deep into Gibson history. Take the Gibson Custom 2014 SG Standard Reissue with Bigsby Left-Handed Electric Guitar, for example: it's a faithful homage to the successor of the original Les Paul. Vintage-authentic appointments include aniline dye, cellulose inlays, hot-hide glue, Kluson Deluxe machine heads and a historic truss rod assembly. Even the twin humbuckers are customized to match the accurate 1963 specs. Although maybe you'd prefer your pickups in triplicate? If so, make sure to check out the Custom 2014 SG Custom Figured Top 3-Pickup Left Handed Electric Guitar as well.
For those who prefer the Les Paul, let's kick things off with the Gibson Custom 2015 Historic Select 1959 Les Paul Reissue Left-Handed Electric Guitar. One of the most interesting things about Gibson's best-known guitar is how it failed to catch on when it was originally released. Fortunately, musicians saw the collective error of our ways and now the Les Paul is among the most celebrated guitars in history. Models like this are the closet thing you'll find to a 1959 LP without scoring the real deal, and when you consider how rare and valuable an authentic '59 Les Paul is, the reissue is probably a better choice if you want to actually play the thing.
So what do you like best in the selection of Gibson Custom left handed electric guitars? Are you a die-hard Les Paul fan pining for the spitting image of the 1959 original? Or do you prefer the major facelift it got to become the SG a few years later? One way or another, there's probably an instrument here that's just begging you to reserve it - after all, you're looking at some of Gibson's finest work.