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Joe Veillette's guitars combine modern tonality with a streamlined aesthetic geared toward ultimate efficiency for the professional musician--and this 2011 Parlor fits the bill magnificently. With a lightly sunburst finished Sitka Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides, this little creature can belt it out with an impressive projection and sustain of the well-balanced voice. The asymmetrical body allows for a comfortable playing experience, despite its small size, and the included arm rest bevel provides further luxury. Capable of handling tunings from DADGAD to Standard with no trouble at all, this Veillette Parlor has trebles with clarity and presence, and great string-to-string separation for all of your fingerstyle arrangements, from Celtic to Ragtime. With the addition of a D-Tar pickup, this Parlor will quickly become both your favorite around-the-house and gigging guitar, and its fast and low action will become your favorite setup.
Joe Veillette's guitars combine modern tonality with a streamlined aesthetic geared toward ultimate efficiency for the professional musician--and this 2011 Parlor fits the bill magnificently. With a ...read full descriptionArtists who play instruments by this builder: James Taylor, Dave Matthews, David Lindley, Ani DiFranco, Tom Chapin, Jorma Kaukonen, Kaki King, John Sebastion, Billy Sheehan, Jill Sobule, Jai Utal, Mike Gordon (Phish), John Mayer, John Sebastian, Vince Gill
"This is a very comfortable little guitar to sit down with! The small body and added arm bevel make for complete package. This Veillette also has a far bigger voice than you'd expect from a smaller guitar; plenty of punch in the middle registers and the low E string." - Paul Heumiller
"These are great guitars for ensemble playing and recording. The tone is focused on the midrange frequencies and fits nicely in a mix. The zero fret design allows for super low action and the neck is slim but comfortable. With the built-in pickup, it's ready for live performance too.
" - Al Petteway