Re: Ever used a left wizard righty?
For a reversed headstock of course.
Hey dude, my friend has a Guitar Center 27th Anniversary RG560. (got it for $100 at a Pawn Shop, pretty damn good deal)
Since its the Guitar Center edition, it has a lefty neck on it, so it has the reversed headstock. You can tell because it has side fret dots, but on the left side of the neck, which on a right handed body, faces the floor.
It was really confusing to play with no fret dots, so he got a drill and drilled small holes in the side where the side dots WOULD be if it was a right handed guitar.
After he got a little hole drilled, I think he put some white wood filler in the holes, and now you cant tell the difference. It looks like a factory job.
So, yes, it can be done no problems, as long as it has the Standard Neck joint. Actually, It has a VERY comfortable feel, its actually the best playing RG ive ever played.
Go for it! Ive thought about doing the same thing.