Reddick Voyager Modular Guitar
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According to Reddick, "Voyager is a boutique modular guitar designed for the gigging musician." And if this Dude is anything, I am...farther away from being a gigging musician than The Beatles are from getting back together.
Yeah, dudes, I know half of them are dead. That's my point.
My other point is that even though I am not Reddick's target audience in the musical sense, I do appreciate beautiful things, and I also appreciate nifty things, and the Voyager's sexy wood build and modular design make it one of the most beautiful and nifty instruments I've seen in a long time. At least since the Rebel Bass.
The Voyager features interchangeable pickup and control modules Reddick says gives musicians complete, real-time sound control in seconds. No tools are required, and you don't even need to mute your amplifier during the process. In addition to adding efficiency and versatility, the modular guitar also eliminates the need for musicians to schlep along multiple guitars to shows and recording sessions. Changing a Voyager module in the middle of a song will likely even add to the entertainment value of a live performance, since most audiences won't have seen anything like it before.
Muchas danke to Yanko Design.