It goes without saying that sound is the most important trait to look for in an electric guitar. But stage presence is important too, and nailing the perfect aesthetic goes a long way in creating the perfect concert. For a southpaw guitarist, that makes this lineup of black left handed electric guitars a great starting point for narrowing down your instrument search. If you want a paint job darker than the night sky, you've come to the right place to find it. Some of history's best guitarists have been lefties, after all... shouldn't we have the same great choices as a right-handed player, without having to turn anything upside-down?
Speaking of great choice, it's time to give a little thought to which one might be the best for your personal tastes. If you like a classic guitar, for instance, you could go for an iconic Fender with instruments such as the Fender American Standard Stratocaster Left-Handed Electric Guitar or the Fender Standard Telecaster Left Handed Electric Guitar. More of a Gibson fan? Then maybe a Les Paul is the way to go - and you don't need to break the bank, either. Epiphone-branded models like the Les Paul Standard Left-Handed Electric Guitar make it easier than ever to get your hands (especially the left one) on this legendary axe.
Of course, it's up to you to decide which of these black left handed electric guitars you like most. Virtually every major luthier has something to offer here - from Schecter Guitar Research, Hagstrom and Gretsch to Danelectro, Rickenbacker and Ibanez. You've got your pick of exotic semi-hollow models, extended-range 7 and 8-string guitars, plus a variety of pickup layouts and tremolo bridge options. All in all, it's a lineup that has something for every left-handed guitarist to appreciate, so go ahead and browse to your heart's content; your new guitar could be waiting right here for you to find it.