Think of your favorite hook or melody. Remember the way you felt the first time you heard it; how everything was different afterwards. That moment of music you hold so deeply in your memory, chances are it was made on an electric guitar. As a left handed person, you're already part of an elite group of musicians. Heavy metal was born with the riffs produced by Tony Iommi's left handed Gibson SG. The power chords howling out of Kurt Cobain's Fender Jaguar on Smells Like Teen Spirit announced the arrival of grunge and the "Seattle Scene," while Jimi Hendrix set his guitar on fire, both literally and figuratively, at the Monterey Pop Festival and became a legend. There was a time when left handed guitars were a rare commodity. Paul McCartney's 1960 sunburst Les Paul was so sparsely produced that Gibson didn't even bother to change the upside down logo on the headstock. Imagine being one of the most famous players in the world and having to search endlessly for your instrument of choice. Thankfully, those days are long gone. Now it's easier than ever for you to carve your own musical path with the wide assortment of available left handed electric guitars. From beginner level through to pro, there is definitely a left handed guitar with all the features you need. Mahogany bodies, Humbucker pick-ups, fixed or tremolo bridges, there isn't a feature that you can't find on one of these left handed guitars. Whether you're touring at a professional level, or just jamming with friends in the basement on a Saturday night, a left handed electric guitar will help you bring your riffs to life. It doesn't matter the genreâ€¦ from funk to folk, punk to prog-rock, your music will sound undeniably fresh on a gorgeous left handed guitar.