Reddick Guitars Releases Its New Voyager Models

Introducing two new models handmade in Savannah, GA, the Voyager Standard and Voyager Custom.

Voyager features interchangeable pickup and control modules, which swap in seconds, onstage and tool-free, without the need to mute the amplifier. This eliminates the need for a player to bring multiple guitars to a gig or session in order to access a range of tones, making it ideal for players who perform a variety of styles. Its unique breakaway control module ensures the player can customize their control setup to suit their preferred pickups and playing style.

The Voyager Standard features a solid Ash body with colorful finishes such as Crimson and Obsidian. It is available with either a hardtail bridge or a JM-style tremolo with a roller bridge. The Voyager Custom is available in a range of attractive woods including Walnut, Cherry, and Sapele Mahogany with a Curly Maple top. In addition to a selection of hardtail or tremolo bridges, players can choose from a 25.5” scale length for tight attack and pronounced treble, or a 25” scale length for a slightly warmer tone and slinkier bends.


  • Maple neck with a slim and ergonomic Asymmetrical C-Profile
  • Selection of stock modules featuring Seymour Duncan pickups
  • Gotoh tuners and hardware, and electronics from CTS, Switchcraft, and Oak Grigsby
  • Sleek custom body carve with several options for wood, including Ash, Walnut, and Cherry

Voyager Modular Guitar Sizzle Reel

The Voyager Standard starts at $1599.99. The Voyager Custom starts at $1799.99. Each includes one pickup module and one control module. Additional pickup and control modules start at $199.99. Custom options are available. Voyager Modular Guitar is available from the shop at

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