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Tap into the raw energy of Tim Armstrong's music with your very own left-handed, signature Electromatic...
A rose by any other name ... The classic Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose model features a 16" laminated maple body,...
The modern left-handed version of the classic 6120 Chet Atkins Hollowbody guitar.
A single-cutaway slice of history! Designed in close conjunction with Paul Yandell, Chet Atkins rhythm...
The G6120-1959LTV has all the features and specs of its brother, the G6120-1959 Chet Atkins Hollow Body, but...
Gretsch instruments have long been a staple on stages all over the world. For over 100 years they have been making guitars with seriously signature looks and sounds. However, there was a time when it was very difficult for left-handed players to find a Gretsch guitar for them. Often times they would resort to playing an upside down right-handed guitar. Obviously, this was not ideal. Sensing the need for left-handed options, Gretsch began building gorgeous left-handed instruments for artists around the world. A left-handed Gretsch guitar offers exactly what you would expect from an instrument sporting this legendary name. A gorgeous look, an incredible tone, and a durable construction that is meant to withstand the rigors of the road. As a matter of fact, a left-handed guitar is essentially a mirror image of a right-handed guitar. So if there's a Gretsch you've had your eye on, odds are it's available for you. Gretsch make seriously high quality guitars, but that doesn't mean there isn't a guitar out there for beginners. An option such as the G5435LH Electromatic Pro Jet Left Handed Electric Guitar offers all the amazing tone and style you'd expect from a Gretsch, but at a price point that first time buyers will definitely appreciate.
Maybe you're a punk rocker like Rancid frontman Tim Armstrong and want to replicate his distinct sound? Then be sure to check out the G5191 Tim Armstrong Electromatic Hollowbody Left-Handed Electric Guitar. This guitar will be like an old friend, with a big sound that resonates brilliantly and a pair of "Black Top" FilterTron pickups that deliver incredible sustain. And not only does it sound incredible, but with an unmistakeable flat black finish, this guitar will stand out on any stage.
If you're looking for a Gretsch that is truly something to behold, have a look at this G6134LH White Penguin Left-Handed Electric Guitar. All class, this is, without a doubt, the ultimate collector's guitar. As much a work of art as it is a musical instrument, expect to play and pass this guitar down from one generation to the next.
A Gretsch left-handed guitar levels the playing field for lefties. Now there's nothing stopping you from taking the stage with the beautiful guitar you deserve. So take your first steps into the Gretsch family today and you'll never look back.