So a good friend of mine started up his own luthiery company a few years ago, and his first few builds were pretty simple, but the last year or so they have been getting really great. I've always wanted a legit Ibanez Voyager, but the proper ones with the koa are notoriously hard to find in good condition. So when I saw the quality of Vigilant's builds get up to pro-level quality, it just seemed like a natural conclusion to pursue. So I present the outcome of 5 months of planning and building: A totally custom Voyager clone. Specs: -Mahogany body -Quilt maple top -5 ply maple/mahogany neck (mahogany salvaged from a kitchen I renovated) -Purpleheart fingerboard -2 piece routed copper headstock cover. Black painted copper routed to reveal plain copper underneath -Floyd Rose Original w/ Hollow Points -Fishman Fluence Moderns w/ coil split -Stainless jumbo frets -Hipshot locking tuners -No trem cover, on request Apologies for the potato pics, will try to get better ones ASAP. Guitar looks amazing, and plays flawlessly. Still getting used to the Fluence pickups, but they put out a nice full sound under a variety of gain settings. Split tones seem nice and chimey. Exited to put time into really dialing them in. Hope you enjoy.