Lefthand Electro Guitars

In principle, a left-handed guitar is a right-handed guitar mirrored on the long side. When a right-handed guitar is on its side with the thick E-string on top, the neck of the guitar is pointing to the left. With the left-handed guitar it's exactly the other way around. In addition to the direction of the neck, the body and the headstock are also mirrored and the electronics are attached in such a way that the ergonomics and playability of the guitar are not impaired. The bridge, saddle and tailpiece are also mirrored in the axis.