#1
Hi guys, just wondering if anyone can help me find a left-handed electro acoustic with a 1.75 or 1.81 nut width under £600.00 I've been looking for ages and I seriously can not find anything! I would really appreciate any help. I had a look at the seagull s6 original leftie but its not electro acoustic
#2
Here's four:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/epiphone-limited-edition-ej-200sce-left-handed-acoustic-electric-guitar (My favorite, I own two). These are stereo, with piezo & magnetic pickup.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/epiphone-limited-edition-inspired-by-1964-texan-left-handed-hollowbody-acoustic-electric-guitar (Everybody else's favorite(?). The new EJ-200 SCE's are pretty spectacular, solid top, excellent QC. But, over the years they've had several incarnations with laminated tops, and lukewarm reviews.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/seagull-s6-original-left-handed-qi-acoustic-electric-guitar The Seagull S-6 DOES come in an E/A version

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/fender-tim-armstrong-hellcat-left-handed-acoustic-electric-guitar/580407

The "Hellcat" is well thought of, but it is all mahogany and a smaller body. If the EJ-200 or "Inspired By '64 Texan" super jumbo and advanced jumbo, (respectively), appeal to you, this guitar may not be your thing.

I'm pretty sure all 4 instruments are available worldwide. But, if they interest you, you would need to act quickly on the Epipones, as are they are being classified as, "limited editions". From my personal experience, Epiphone isn't joking when they say that. Epi has only carried 2 electrics through several model years, Les Paul and SG copies.
#3
Quote by Captaincranky
Here's four:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/epiphone-limited-edition-ej-200sce-left-handed-acoustic-electric-guitar (My favorite, I own two). These are stereo, with piezo & magnetic pickup.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/epiphone-limited-edition-inspired-by-1964-texan-left-handed-hollowbody-acoustic-electric-guitar (Everybody else's favorite(?). The new EJ-200 SCE's are pretty spectacular, solid top, excellent QC. But, over the years they've had several incarnations with laminated tops, and lukewarm reviews.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/seagull-s6-original-left-handed-qi-acoustic-electric-guitar The Seagull S-6 DOES come in an E/A version

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/fender-tim-armstrong-hellcat-left-handed-acoustic-electric-guitar/580407

The "Hellcat" is well thought of, but it is all mahogany and a smaller body. If the EJ-200 or "Inspired By '64 Texan" super jumbo and advanced jumbo, (respectively), appeal to you, this guitar may not be your thing.

I'm pretty sure all 4 instruments are available worldwide. But, if they interest you, you would need to act quickly on the Epipones, as are they are being classified as, "limited editions". From my personal experience, Epiphone isn't joking when they say that. Epi has only carried 2 electrics through several model years, Les Paul and SG copies.


Hi dude thanks for this ill take a look through them
#4
I was looking for that seagull as an electro acoustic version, and all that time its been on there xD
#7
Quote by Garthman
I'd add the Recording King ROS-06L-FE3

It's a 000 style guitar that comes in right or left hand versions with optional Fishman Sonitone electronics....[ ].....
That's sort of a bit eccentric to be found in a LH model.

I mean, the usual would be a 14 fret, reasonably low end dreadnought, with a 1 11/16" nut width.... Your basic, "take it or leave it" type of offering.
#8
Its strange how I can find 1.75s and 1.81s but they either don't make them as electro acoustics or not in a Left handed model its quite frustrating really
#9
Quote by Captaincranky
That's sort of a bit eccentric to be found in a LH model.

I mean, the usual would be a 14 fret, reasonably low end dreadnought, with a 1 11/16" nut width.... Your basic, "take it or leave it" type of offering.


The Fishman Sonitone is a perfectly good, unobtrusive PU system. It does the job well.
#11
Quote by heaven086
I think I may have found one at £599 Its the Martin dreadnought JR LH electro acoustic! looks/sounds nice but not sure if they are in the UK

http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/DreadnoughtJRrLH


That is a small bodied guitar. It would be a good idea to try it before buying. And personally I'd rather spend £600 on a PacRim-made guitar - the money goes further.
#12
Quote by Garthman
That is a small bodied guitar. It would be a good idea to try it before buying. And personally I'd rather spend £600 on a PacRim-made guitar - the money goes further.


Ahh yeah that is true I've looked at the Martin omxea LH that's a bigger body

really drawn to the seagull guitar, but cant seem to find it in the UK

*Seagull S6 Original Left-Handed QI Acoustic-Electric Guitar*
#13
[quote="heaven086. . . really drawn to the seagull guitar, but cant seem to find it in the UK

*Seagull S6 Original Left-Handed QI Acoustic-Electric Guitar*[/QUOTE"]

No - you don't see Seagull guitars often over here.