Leave it to the brilliant mind of Joe Veillette to come up with something this original!
What do you get when you take a traditional 6-string Terz and double the courses like the Veillette Gryphon, or a mandolin? You get a 12-string unison Terz. After hearing its huge sound, Joe and Company began calling it “Terzilla”!
Tuned A to A, (G to G optional), Terzilla is halfway between a standard guitar, and Veillette’s ever popular Gryphon. What’s amazing is how Terzilla seems to really sing — having a voice that is very sweet and smooth, but with tons of volume. Joe Veillette says, “It’s one of the very best instruments we’ve ever built!”
This new approach to acoustic guitars feels and sounds like a whole new instrument – great for both ensemble and solo work. This amazing new instrument features a 22″ scale, a 13.5″ lower bout width, and uses unison courses, .010 to .047 strings. For extra comfort there is even an arm bevel on the face of the lower bout.
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