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    [QUOTE=WrenchDevil6;192]There are shops out there who are more open and ready to serve us as a community. If you know of one, local, national, or international, list it and I'll add it to the list.


    Let me bring this brick to the wall :

    http://www.californiamusic.fr/magasi...gaucher-1.html

    California Music : 4 shops in Paris. One of them is the only 100% dedicated to bass guitars (includes LH), the other (this link) is the only 100% dedicated to lefties in the whole country, and one of the very few in continental Europe. People from several neighbour countries often take a train just to shop there. That's where I bought almost all my guitars and where I've re-sold some too.

    !!!!

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    has anyone tried or own any of these? http://www.ravenwestguitar.com/elguit.html I'm really wondering how these guitars are.

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    I bought one of these on ebay several years ago. Not a bad guitar in general, my main issue with it was the tremolo unit, which wouldn't stay in tune, and the strings kept sliding out of the saddles no matter how tight the saddle blocks were, LOL.

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    [QUOTE=FrenchPaw;477]
    Quote Originally Posted by WrenchDevil6 View Post
    There are shops out there who are more open and ready to serve us as a community. If you know of one, local, national, or international, list it and I'll add it to the list.


    Let me bring this brick to the wall :

    http://www.californiamusic.fr/magasi...gaucher-1.html

    California Music : 4 shops in Paris. One of them is the only 100% dedicated to bass guitars (includes LH), the other (this link) is the only 100% dedicated to lefties in the whole country, and one of the very few in continental Europe. People from several neighbour countries often take a train just to shop there. That's where I bought almost all my guitars and where I've re-sold some too.

    !!!!
    WOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AxeGrindinLefty View Post
    has anyone tried or own any of these? http://www.ravenwestguitar.com/elguit.html I'm really wondering how these guitars are.
    I've owned two of these. I really liked them both. One was a six string with the locking trem. I liked it, but the pickups were pretty weak. The other was a 12 string that was really cool.

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    Default lefty only guitarstore in Tokyo JPN

    Check this out;
    http://www.taniguchi-gakki.com/catalog/
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    Quote Originally Posted by WrenchDevil6 View Post
    Adirondack Guitars Dennis is a helluva guy.
    Glad to see that one on the list. Just bought my first guitar from them, a lefty Hagstrom F-300.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olav View Post
    Check this out;
    http://www.taniguchi-gakki.com/catalog/
    Use translate.google.com to translate.
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    Also if you're going Japanese:

    Quote Originally Posted by technomancer View Post
    RIYO-TSUJI / INTERNATIONAL SALES
    IKEBE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS STORE CO.,LTD
    72,KANDA SAKUMAGASHI,CHIYODAKU,TOKYO,
    101-0026 JAPAN
    Phone 81-3-3862-1450
    Fax 81-3-3861-6190
    E-mail tsuji@ikebe.co.jp


    When looking at the listings, your price would be the lowest price listed. Shipping is typically in the ballpark of $150 to the US. Import duty to the US is ~8% of purchase price before shipping, though I've been told you don't get nailed for import duties from Ikebe for some reason.

    Also, a handy currency converter
    XE.com - Universal Currency Converter

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    Dave at www.guitaradoptions.com always has a pretty good selection of left handed acoustic and electric guitars. I purchased a Larrivee OM-03R from him a few years ago.

    Jerry at www.jerrysleftyguitars.com (already mentioned) has nothing but lefties and he is a great guy to work wity as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AxeGrindinLefty View Post
    has anyone tried or own any of these? http://www.ravenwestguitar.com/elguit.html I'm really wondering how these guitars are.
    I just recently grabbed a RavenWest spalted maple jem clone, without the monkey grip, I like it. The Floyd, in my case has performed remarkably well, and I pretty much abuse it, stays in tune well. The model is an SP-650, it's real pretty, even when not playing, it's still nice to look at.

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