Left Handed Fender Acoustic Guitars

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About Fender Left Handed Acoustic Guitars

Fender are known for their incredible guitar designs and their left handed acoustic guitars are no exception. They produce a variety of styles and designs, such as dreadnoughts, 12 strings, classical guitars and even travel-size acoustics. You can't go wrong with a Fender guitar and with so many options to choose from, you'll certainly find something to suit your style and budget.

Why Should I Choose a Fender Acoustic Left Handed Guitar?

  • Decades of experience
  • Extremely ergonomic
  • Great sound

Frequently Asked Questions about Left Handed Fender Acoustic Guitars

Question: Are left handed Fender acoustic guitars good?
Yes. Left handed Fender acoustic guitars are extremely good. Fender have a wealth of experience in designing their guitars, and their left handed acoustic guitars are extremely ergonomic, great sounding and look incredible.
Question: Which is the best selling left-handed Fender acoustic?
The Fender CD-60S LH is not only the most best selling Fender lefty acoustic, it is the best selling left handed acoustic of all brands! Its excellent price and solid Spruce top make it an unbeatable choice.
Question: Which body shapes can I get left-handed from Fender?
Fender offer a range of body shapes. The most popular is of course the full dreadnought shape but Concert body shape and the dreadnought with Venetian cutaway are great alternatives.
Question: Which wood options do I have with left handed Fender guitars?
Fender offer several options in terms of both construction and tonewoods with their left handed acoustic guitars. You can choose an affordable model with all-laminate construction such as the DC-60 LH; you can go for a model with a solid top made of Spruce, such as the CC-60SCE LH; or you can opt for a fully solid instrument such as the Paramount Series PM-1 LH which is made entirely from solid Mahogany.
Question: What artists play a Left handed Fender acoustic guitar?
Players like Dick Dale and Tim Armstrong use Fender acoustics and have their own signature guitars.