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Thread: All those lefty Facebook forums.

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    Default All those lefty Facebook forums.

    Wow, there sure are a bunch of them. Even a left handed Ibanez group and a lefty PRS one too. As well as lefty vintage , a lefty buy/sell one (yum) and more. Some of them have 3500+ members. If you haven't checked this out you should take a look. And if your a member of any ( Me and the boyz have recently joined a few ) please feel free to share you thoughts.
    We don't have to pay retail anymore.

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    Mine is in my sig. Thanks!
    Join the lefty guitarists subreddit:

    http://www.reddit.com/r/leftyguitarists

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    Don't do social media. They'll have to join this forum instead.
    Mike
    Militant Left Hander

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    My all time favorite is LEFTYFRETS but I like "lefty vintage"on facebook.

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    was going to join, but it looks like they cater to 'lectrics

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    cndoman,
    Do you find them via search, or can you list the links to these online groups? Thanks!
    Rob
    ES335TD

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    Quote Originally Posted by ES335TD View Post
    cndoman,
    Do you find them via search, or can you list the links to these online groups? Thanks!
    Rob
    Here is the link to the Vintage Lefty Guitars group. They stick to electrics made prior to 1980. Some great guitars were posted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzmaster90150 View Post
    Here is the link to the Vintage Lefty Guitars group. They stick to electrics made prior to 1980. Some great guitars were posted!
    Thanks, that's one I'm a member of!
    ES335TD

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    Whoa, I've never seen that one. Thanks for the tip!

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzmaster90150 View Post
    Here is the link to the Vintage Lefty Guitars group. They stick to electrics made prior to 1980. Some great guitars were posted!
    This topic brings up something else that is pretty open to interpretation, in what year is there a dividing line between modern vs. vintage guitars. It also got me thinking that it might be fairly different for electrics vs. acoustics. I don't have much of an opinion on electrics but for acoustics I view the year Martin stopped using Brazilian Rosewood for stock instruments (1969) as the end of vintage.

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