About our lefties
Phantom Guitars™ are an up-dated version of the original Jennings Musical Instruments (0) U.K. guitars. Rollover an image for description. Please note: The pictures are only examples of what can be done. Left Handed versions availble in Phantom, Teardrop and Mando Guitar models. Color selections are limited.
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if your guitar doesn’t say Phantom®, Teardrop®, or, MandoGuitar®, it isn’t one!
Hardshell cases are required at $169 and will be added to the order. For special circumstances to purchase a guitar without a case, please email our owner, Jack, by clicking HERE. Shipping is a fixed cost of $65. (Mando case at $150)
***PLEASE NOTE: Due to unprecedented demand this year, we are back-ordered 30-45 days from the time of order. We are incredibly grateful for your business and support…and patience! Please feel free to contact us via email HERE with any questions.***
Phantom 6-String / Vintage White / with Case
Played by countless artists back in the 1960’s, this beauty is full of incredible features which include a mahogany body, maple neck, rosewood fingerboard; and of course our signature Phantom® vintage style single coil pickups, vintage tailpiece, and our way cool Phantom® roller nut and bridge.25.5″ Scale length 43mm at the nut for a fabulous feel! And don’t forget what many call the the best part of this guitar, the most AWESOME sound!!! Available with STOP tailpiece and cover or PVT-6 tremolo
Colours: white, salmon or black
Hollowbody 6-String with Tremolo / White / with Case
Mando Guitar Left-Handed with Case
Mando GuitarsUnique design, with a distinctive sound made popular by George Harrison. Just imagine a short scale 12-string guitar tuned one octave higher – it gives the player the ability to play standard guitar fingerings – yet sounds like a cross between an electric mandolin and a 12-string guitar capoed at the 12th fret. Scale 15 inches.
Colours available: Left hand model: Black, Triburst
Phantom 12-String / White / with Case
The story goes like this, right after “A Hard Days Night” was recorded in 1964, a lot of 12-string guitars started to hit the market, and one of those to enter the market was JMI from the U.K. Available with STOP tailpiece and ash tray cover or PVT-12 tremolo.