#1
Hello, for ages I have wanted a bass vi, and now fender and squier have released them, it seems like an ideal time...

However I am a lefty, and neither of them are available left handed. How feasible would it be to get the squier and re string it lefty, Hendrix style?
Bass:Squire Vintage Modified Jazz Bass
Guitar: Fender Mexican Telecaster Standard
Pedals: Boss ME-25>EHX Germanium 4 Big Muff Pi>EHX Small Stone
Bass Amp: Orange Crush 100
Amp: Fender Mustang II
#2
If you're interested in lefty VIs, the Schecter Hellcat and Ultra VI as well as the Eastwood Sidejack Bass VI come left-handed.
#3
As far as I'm aware, they are more expensive and not as easy to get in the i
Uk. And not as nice...
Bass:Squire Vintage Modified Jazz Bass
Guitar: Fender Mexican Telecaster Standard
Pedals: Boss ME-25>EHX Germanium 4 Big Muff Pi>EHX Small Stone
Bass Amp: Orange Crush 100
Amp: Fender Mustang II
#4
I think you would need to replace the nut.
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Charvel So Cal
Fender Dimension Bass
Hartke HyDrive 210c
Ibanez BL70
Laney VC30
Tokai TB48
Yamaha FG720S-12
Yamaha P115
#5
The volume and tone knobs would be right where your forearm would usually rest, but your pickup switches would be fine. The body shape also means you'll have trouble reaching the highest frets, too.

Otherwise it should be fine. Adjust the intonation and flip the nut around and you should be pretty much good to go
#6
Okay thank you, would the but be easy to flip the nut? Ie, could I do it myself? The knobs I guess I'd just get used too, didn't seem to bother Hendrix much haha.
Bass:Squire Vintage Modified Jazz Bass
Guitar: Fender Mexican Telecaster Standard
Pedals: Boss ME-25>EHX Germanium 4 Big Muff Pi>EHX Small Stone
Bass Amp: Orange Crush 100
Amp: Fender Mustang II