Veillette Guitars Unveils the AeroElectric True-Twelve 12-String

A semi-hollow 12-string loaded with a Seymour Duncan Vintage Rail Humbucker.

Woodstock, NY (February 21, 2020) -- Veillette Guitars has unveiled the AeroElectric “True-Twelve” 12-string, the newest addition to the company’s acclaimed line of innovative guitars and basses.

The AeroElectric 12-string is a semi-hollow electric with a strikingly distinctive look. Most importantly, it’s designed specifically as a 12-string guitar, not just a 6-string with a wider neck and more strings.

The purpose-driven AeroElectric 12-string design brings important advantages. The proper scale length and compensated zero-fret results in ease of playing and precise intonation that’s unprecedented for 12-string guitars. Players can now easily play the entire fingerboard as they would a great-playing 6-string.

AeroElectric 12-string features include:

  • Chambered Solidbody Electric 12-string
  • Tobacco Burst Finish
  • Sitka Spruce Top, Poplar Body
  • Mahogany Neck, 24 1/8" Scale Length
  • Ebony Fingerboard, 22 Frets
  • 14" Radius, 1 15/16" Neck Width at Nut
  • Seymour Duncan Vintage Rail Humbucking Pickups
  • Master Volume and Tone Controls, Three-Way Selector Switch
  • Hipshot Tuners, Black Hardware
  • 6 lbs, 15 oz.

The AeroElectric 12-string carries a $3450 price.

For more information:
Veillette Guitars

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