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Glarry GST Left Handed Electric Guitar Rosewood Fingerboard SSS Pick-up Sunset
By C***e
Jan 07, 2022
I understand this is a 99 USD guitar and you are doing your best to keep the price low to make it affordable to many but...two issues I have noticed from the get go. A minor issue is related to the frets edges which were sharp, I played it a bit to realize it had scratched my hand in a way that I'm still waiting for those scratches to heal, in the meantime I have used a file to smooth the edges, so that can be considered fixed, would be great if you could take care of smoothen it before shipping ...
Service Team:

Sorry for the inconvenience caused to you! We appreciate your support for Glarry. We have already reflected your question to our development department and quality control department. We would censor more rigidly on our products and improve their quality. Our Customer - Service will contact you soon. Glarry

Glarry GJazz Left Handed Electric Bass Guitar Cord Wrench Tool Sunset
By A***n
Apr 12, 2021
I received my Bass Guitar on Saturday 04/10/2021. I will say I'm pleased with the product. The Finish looks great, however, I am a bit surprised with the quality of construction. The pick-ups where not secured properly. The strings were (in my opinion) very poor quality. I had to secure both pick-ups as they were extremely loose and sounded tinny when connected to my amp. I'll change the strings for better quality. Granted this is a low end bass guitar, Minor problem, but I would suggest better ...
Service Team:

Thanks for your comment. We will try harder to offer better products and service. Looking forward to your next visit! Glarry

Glarry GJazz Left Handed Electric Bass Guitar Cord Wrench Tool Sunset
By E***y
Jan 13, 2021
Originally I was going to leave a one-star review because of the hiccup in shipping, but customer service did correct the initial mishap. Shipping address was not Correct and it took a while to get everything straightened out. The actual product is great though and I'd highly recommend, but I'd be disingenuous if I didn't say that the mishap in shipping tainted my buying experience.
Glarry GST Left Handed Electric Guitar Maple Fingerboard SSS Pick-up Green
By J***d
May 02, 2020
Great guitar like the look feel and the way it sounds only problem is one tone know broken pick guard cracked and body has a Crack also probably from shipping

Play left handed electric guitar in one of the following ways: (1) play the instrument truly right-handed, (2) play the instrument truly left-handed, (3) altering a right-handed instrument to play left-handed, or (4) turning a right-handed instrument upside down to pick with the left hand, but not altering the strings – leaving them reversed from the normal order. (The fingering is the same for methods 2 and 3.) Any style of picking with the left hand (flatpicking or fingerstyle guitar) is considered playing left handed. The guitar is basically right-handed; however, let the left hand enjoy the beauty of the music with a guitar, and now there is a left handed electric guitar.

Basically, the cheap left handed electric guitar and the ordinary guitar are mirror images of the right-hand movie. This means that the guitar has a fingerboard on the right side, and the picking work must be done with the left hand. In addition, in order to ensure that these guitars are mirror images of right-handed guitars, their string finding is the opposite. Changing the strings on a right-handed guitar involves several things. The nut of the guitar has to be changed to accommodate the string widths. The bridge needs to be changed to make the lower strings longer than the top strings for correct intonation. On almost all acoustic guitars the bracing is non-symmetrical. On electric guitars altered this way, the controls will be backwards.

There are no basic rules to play with glarry left handed electric guitar. You have the right to design the right when you feel comfortable. You own way to play the guitar. Guitarists in this category pick with their left hand and have the strings in the conventional order for a left-handed player (i.e. the low string on the top side of the neck). They either have true left-handed guitars or have right-handed guitars altered so the strings are correct for a left handed player. Some guitarists in this category play both genuine left handed instruments and right-handed instruments altered for left handed playing.