#1
So im thinking of getting an Epiphone SG G-400 soon but was thinking of getting a right handed model and flipping it upside down because the left handed selection in Epiphone is pure ****e

So if i was to get it done what would i need to do?
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#2
"flip" and or change the nut and reverse the bridge is all i think that needs to be done but yes it can be done people do it here all the time
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#4
It would be quite weird if it has a pickguard because then it will be at the top.
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#6
Yes, its totally possible. Although as darkcheef said, you could just get a left handed one for $15 more. Personally I think theres something pretty cool about flipping the guitar tho
#7
Quote by Holysorrow
"flip" and or change the nut and reverse the bridge is all i think that needs to be done but yes it can be done people do it here all the time


Actually since it's a TOM I wouldn't think the ts needs to flip the bridge around seeing then the intonation adjustment screws would face away from the neck.