The Voyager has a completely customizable template with virtually unlimited options for pickups, hardware, and finishes.

Camarillo, CA (March 15, 2017) -- Southern California’s Jennings Guitars has released their newest solidbody guitar, the Voyager.

With its rakish offset waist design, the Voyager features a highly resonant, lightweight alder body with classic tremolo bridge -- evoking the visual style of surf-rock instruments, but delivering a husky tone reminiscent of a vintage semi-hollow guitar rather than a modern solidbody electric.

The two craftsmen behind Jennings Guitars—Chad Jennings and Devin Murdoch—love the art of guitar-making and seek to create custom instruments that offer unexpected and distinctive sonics, super-comfortable playability, and damn good looks.

The Voyager has a completely customizable template and Jennings Guitars offers virtually unlimited options for pickups, hardware and finishes.

The demo Voyager Features:

  • Alder body with a nitrocellulose finish
  • Bolt-on 25.5” scale length maple neck with medium c-shape profile
  • Maple fretboard, medium nickel silver frets
  • A 1-11/16” nut width
  • McNelly Autumn Gold Foil pickups
  • Roller bridge and Bigsby B5 tremolo

Pricing for the Voyager starts at $1,500.00. This pricing includes a rosewood fretboard, alder or mahogany body, Tuno-o- matic plus stop tailpiece, sperzel tuners, McNelly humbuckers and a nitrocellulose finish. For more details contact the guys at jenningsguitars.com

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