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uk_lefty

Lefty five string jazz, what are the options?

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Without custom ordering and spending under a grand what are our options? Do the KSD basses still get produced? I've seen SX but they're a bit lower range than I'd like. Schechter? No idea if they're worth the cost... Any others?

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The Sire V7s are indeed the canine testes, but do they make lefties?

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[quote name='Rich' timestamp='1483529653' post='3207888']
The Sire V7s are indeed the canine testes, but do they make lefties?
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Yes they do, and in loads of colours :)

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I have a lefty Sire very nice bass I had the frets leveled and it plays with
a nice low action, I have owned a KSD 4 string Jazz was OK but the sire has a better sounding
active onboard preamp I would go for the sire

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[quote name='Bonin-in-the boneyard' timestamp='1483612632' post='3208623']
I have a lefty Sire very nice bass I had the frets leveled and it plays with
a nice low action, I have owned a KSD 4 string Jazz was OK but the sire has a better sounding
active onboard preamp I would go for the sire
[/quote]

Thank you!

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