#1
I'd like to get one, but being a lefty, my search is very hard. I'm not sure if tom delonge strats were ever made as leftys...my internet search came up with no results. Can anyone help? I love the surf green and daphene blue ones.

Even if its the squier model, i'd like to find somewhere to buy one.
I tried out my friends squier TD strat, and i found that the neck on it is actually very nice, much better than my squier.

Thanks for the help guys
#3
I don't think they were ever made as lefties.
I will say this, though: Modifying a fender strat to be more like the Tom Delonge signature is easier, cheaper and results in a more versatile guitar than buying the signature model.
#4
It's almost impossible to find a righty one (at least around here). Lefty TD strat doesn't exist.
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I don't think they were ever made as lefties.
I will say this, though: Modifying a fender strat to be more like the Tom Delonge signature is easier, cheaper and results in a more versatile guitar than buying the signature model.


problem is the hardtail bridge...mostly.
and that big headstock that ordinary strats don't have.
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#6
The only signature guitars i've ever seen that were lefthanded were the Tim Armstrong one (Dude from Operation Ivy/Rancid) and the Brian May one. I feel your pain as a fellow lefties. You gotta resign yourself that if you want a signature, you either have to not have it or learn how to play right handed.
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#7
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problem is the hardtail bridge...mostly.
and that big headstock that ordinary strats don't have.

Squier Affinity strats have the big headstock. I think fender used to make Mexican Hardtail strats, but I'm not sure.

Besides, from what I've seen in a DVD, some of Tom's own guitars have tremolos.
#8
Dude, it's a strat with an invader pickup and a 70's headstock. the neck is a common C-shaped neck. you could build one for less than you'd buy one.
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#10
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Are all fender C-shaped necks meant to have the same dimensions?

unless stated otherwise, Fender's C-shaped necks are all the same.
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#12
I dont think they were ever made as lefties and TD strat was discontinued years ago. Imo just get a Squier or Mexican Fender Fat strat and put a Seymour Duncan Invader in the Bridge. and Voila. You have Tom's guitar only you also have 2 more pick-ups, and tone controls.
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#14
u'd probably have more luck building a replica, get a body off ebay and than an invader pickup and the pickguard from warmoth and a neck and tuners and all the other hardware
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