#1
Yeah, this is another new guitar thread.

Anyway, I have $500-700 to spend on a guitar. It only has to fit 2 parameters:
1. It has to have 24 frets.
2. It has to be left-handed (this is the hard part)

Other than that, it doesn't matter, new or used, whatever. So far all I've really found is the Washburn X50PRO, so any opinions on that would be appreciated .
#2
^lol we should start an attention seeker club.

No suggestions though dude.. you need more specifications like the style of music you play, whether you need a tremelo or not, etc.
#3
used EBMM guitars will run you about that much
Guitar
Ernie Ball Music Man Silhouette Special
Washburn WI64
Martin D-15
Amps
1960s Harmony
Rocktron/Egnater TOL 50 2x12
Rivera Chubster 55
FX
Fulltone OCD v.1
Keeley TS808
Voodoo Labs Superfuzz
Wilson WH10
Boss DD-20
#4
Quote by northerfan666
^lol we should start an attention seeker club.

No suggestions though dude.. you need more specifications like the style of music you play, whether you need a tremelo or not, etc.

Oh by the way I'm in,
oh and if you lived in houston I would advise you to go to Southpaw Guitars, but I'm betting you don't
Gear:
Ibanez JS100
03 Squier Strat
1980 Ovation Matrix Accoustic
Peavey Valveking 112
Washburn T-14 Taurus (Bass)
SWR Working Pro 100 watt bass amp
#5
Well, I actually live in Austin and I'm going to Houston next week, I'll look at that place.^^
#6
Quote by Sapient
Well, I actually live in Austin and I'm going to Houston next week, I'll look at that place.^^

Yes, if I remember right they sell only left handed guitars
https://www.shopspanish.com/~wwwsout/
Gear:
Ibanez JS100
03 Squier Strat
1980 Ovation Matrix Accoustic
Peavey Valveking 112
Washburn T-14 Taurus (Bass)
SWR Working Pro 100 watt bass amp
#8
Quote by Symphonic Waves
I don't get why the **** that Southpaw place doesn't advertise their gibsons and epi's online.


they actually had a section on why some unnamed dealer wouldn't let them advertise online because they are in bed with big name online retailors, and that sounds like something Gibson and Epiphone would do
Gear:
Ibanez JS100
03 Squier Strat
1980 Ovation Matrix Accoustic
Peavey Valveking 112
Washburn T-14 Taurus (Bass)
SWR Working Pro 100 watt bass amp
#9
There's a left handed RG1570 model.
Originally Posted by Corwinoid
Metal doesn't hold hands, it gets head in the van before the show. Seriously.


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#10
Schecter C-1 Classic...not sure if you can get it in a left hand version but you should be able to...maybe
Ask me no questions, i will tell you no lies...
#11
Quote by Mr. Anderson
Schecter C-1 Classic...not sure if you can get it in a left hand version but you should be able to...maybe


Yes, you can, because I own one...and it's great. Schecter makes quite a few models in left hand. RG1570's are pretty good, and RG470/570's are also good buys, if you can find them.