2002 PRS Private Stock Custom 24 – Left Handed Electronics/Trem, OHSC, Mint!

This is a very special and rare High-End PRS Custom 24. It is 1 of only 2 ever made: a right handed Custom 24 body, factory set up for a Left Handed player with left handed electronics, cavity, and tremolo. If you are Left Handed PRS collector, this is a Must-Have guitar!

Finish: Tiger Eye
Top: Flame Maple
Sides: South American Mahogany
Back: Flame Maple


Fingerboard: Brazilian Rosewood
Neck: Curly Rock Maple
Headstock Veneer: Brazilian Rosewood
Headstock Logo: Private Stock Eagle
Inlay: 14 Karat Gold Bird Inlays

Gold Hardware: Bridge/Trem, Tuners
Tremolo: Left Handed
Electronics: Custom 24 / Left Handed
Pickups: Treble/HFS, Neck/Vintage Bass

Case: OHSC
Accessories: All Original Paperwork

Was $12,500 Now $10,000

1961/1962 Lefty Fender Strat, 100% Original with OHSC, EXC, Reduced!

This is a Lefty 1961/1962 Fender Strat – it’s the desirable Slab board model with the thicker rosewood fretboard, only made from mid 1959 – mid 1962.


    • Neck Plate: 85xxx
    • Neck: 1-62 (SLAB)
    • Body: 12/61
    • Pots: 304-6218

    With OHSC (Brown Tolex). Includes Ashtray Cover, Trem Arm, Strap, Cord (all original).

    EXC overall condition, 100% Original. VERY hard to find Left Handed Slab Strat that is All Original and in this condition!

    The Slab boards are the best Strats made IMO, especially 1961/early 1962 with the vibrant/No Fade 3-Color Sunburst!

    Was $48K Now $44K

1951 Fender Blackguard Tele, One of the Earliest and Finest Examples!

1951 Fender Blackguard Tele from October 1951 (October 22 1951). One of the earliest Teles and certainly one of the cleanest Blackguards in existence. The guitar is all original with OHSC and tags. This is a TIGI: Total Investment Grade Investment!
The owner has indicated a greater flexibility in price – serious buyers please message me with an offer.
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1955 Martin D-18, Factory Left Handed D-18L!

1955 Martin Factory Left Handed D-18 (D-18L), serial # 146788, manufactured 11-25-55 (verified by Martin factory). According to the current owner, this was the only Left Handed D-18 made in 1955, along with 3 other Lefty Martins.
The current owner had 2 cracks (top and bottom) recently repaired (correctly) along with a new nut installed and neck reset. If you like Low action, this guitar has it: 4/64 at High E, 5/64 at Low E (12th fret) with no buzzing. I just had it looked at by a few ex-Gibson luthiers I know who worked in the Nashville factory. New Martin MA140S 12-54 strings installed. The top has the clear coat removed, and the sides and back have been refinished poorly by the previous owner. As is, the guitar is 100% functional and plays and sounds great – it has the elusive Dry vintage Martin tone everyone wants in an acoustic.
Since the guitar was already refinished poorly, it would benefit greatly by having a complete refinish done to correct the appearance and make it look new again. If it was me, I would have someone like Lay’s Guitar Shop (who has done Excellent work for me in the past), the Martin factory, or a similar top-notch restoration repair shop do the work.
At the end of the day, it is a 1955 Martin D-18L (factory Left Handed). I own a 1954 D-18L (pictured).
I know how great and rare these guitars are. I see a factory Left Handed Martin from the 1950s about once every 10 years – Martin guitars through the 1950s are Gold!
The guitar comes with a newer Martin molded hardshell case.