Reddick Guitars Introduces the Voyager Modular Guitar

After years of development, Reddick Guitars is releasing the patented Voyager Modular Guitar, which represents a significant step forward in electric guitar technology.


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.

Voyager's unique breakaway control module ensures the player can customize their control setup to suit their preferred pickups and playing style.

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Voyager will include a stock selection of single coil, humbucker, and t-style pickup modules featuring Golden Age Pickups. These will all be compatible with the standard Voyager control module, which features a 5-position switch and 3 knobs (volume/tone/tone). However, customers can order customized pickup and control modules, and more stock options will be introduced in the future.

Features

•25 1/2" scale length Maple neck with a slim and ergonomic Asymmetrical C-Profile

•9.5" - 16" compound radius Katalox (Mexican Ebony) fretboard with offset dots

•Sleek custom body carve with several options for wood, including Ash, Walnut, and Cherry

•High quality components including a string-through hardtail bridge and Gotoh tuners

Voyager comes bundled with two pickup modules and carries a suggested retail price of $2199.99 (street price: $1799.99) and, as a special introductory offer, the first 50 units will cost $1499.99. Individual pickup modules start at $199.99, though prices vary based on pickups. Custom options are available. Voyager is available for preorder at reddickguitars.com.

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