Veillette Guitars takes great pride in offering guitarists a whole new tonality in an affordable package.

With celestial, sparkling highs and punchy mid-register, the Avante Gryphon® 12-string shines in a wide range of applications. The strings are tuned as 6 unison pairs, tuned up to D (10 frets higher than standard). Guitarists can immediately play mandolin-style parts in a new high register without learning a new tuning. A capo on the second fret puts it a full octave above standard tuning. As a songwriting tool, for doubling or layering in studio, and even as a compact traveling companion, the Avante Gryphon is guaranteed to inspire.

The Avante Gryphon® also excels as a guitarist-friendly alternative to traditional folk instruments like the bouzouki, mandocello, Cuban tres and Puerto Rican cuatro.



General:
Brand Name: Veillette
Case Type: Gig Bag
Hardware Color: Black
Number of Strings: 12-String
Product Color: Tobacco Burst

Body:
Body Material: Mahogany
Bracing Pattern: Hand-Carved X-Bracing
Top Material: Spruce

Neck:
Fingerboard Material: Rosewood
Frets to Body: 13
Neck Joint: Set Neck
Neck Material: Mahogany
Number of Frets: 21 Frets
Nut Material: Bone
Nut Width: 1.9375"

Electronics:
Acoustic Electronics: Fishman Sonitone with volume and tone Controls
Controls and Switching: Volume & tone controls
Electronics Notes: Fishman Sonitone with volume and tone Controls.

Hardware:
Saddle Material: Rosewood

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Avante Series Gryphon 18.13" Scale D-Tuned 12-String
Finish
  • Tobacco Burst
Categories
Number of Strings
  • 12-String

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