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Veillette Electric Standard-tuned Guitars
6, 7 and 12-string

Though we have innovative instruments and numerous tunings available, our standard tuned instruments nonetheless stand apart from the crowd. Veillette is known for innovative design, immaculate construction, and player-friendly ergonomics. Our classic bolt-on neck joint, using a steel machine bolt for long, clean sustain provides rugged roadworthiness and easy maintenance. Veillette Guitars use a zero-fret system as standard for improved intonation and consistent action

As with all our instruments, our standard tuned electrics are crisp, responsive, and lively sounding. Chords remain clear and distinct, and the strong midrange works beautifully with overdriven amps.

The Journeyman electric is the latest version of our longest-standing model. The flat top, piezo pickup and pinless wooden bridge give the Journeyman a look and feel to perfectly match its acoustic-like tone. Natural, full-range, and organic sounding, the Journeyman has all the punch and power of a fine acoustic guitar, in a travel-ready and virtually feedback-proof design. Our proprietary neck tilt mechanism unites the best aspects of acoustic and electric bridges, offering the tone of a fixed wooden bridge with the adjustability of a metal system.

The Swift electric guitar is Veillette's interpretation of the classic electric guitar. Dual magnetic pickups and simple-yet-versatile controls let the player easily call up tones ranging from sweet to powerful. The Swift body.s radiused face reduces mass and increases player comfort, allowing the right arm to follow the top's natural slope. Lightweight, sleek, and versatile, the Veillette Swift brings modern and innovative updates to the classic electric guitar.

Available in 6-string, 7-string, and 12-string. Many custom configurations available — call us or see Custom electric guitars page for more possibilities!

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