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Reverend’s New Guitars

Victoria Wasylak • Fretted • November 2, 2018

The Reverend Airwave – Reverend’s 12-string guitar – has a Blackwood Tek fingerboard and Tortoise pickguard. The Reverend Pete Anderson Eastsiders are available with either a Pau Ferro or a Roasted Maple fingerboard, both on Roasted Maple necks and with parchment pickguards. The Reverend Airwave is a large semi-hollow 12-string that was designed with playability in mind. With a fully intonateable bridge, a wider nut, and 24 ¾” scale length, the Airwave is just as easy to play as any other Reverend Guitar.

The Reverend Pete Anderson Eastsider T is the company’s take on PeteAnderson’s vintage T. The classic-style guitar offers lots of modern updates: a chambered body around the neck joint, stainless steel saddles, a compound radius fretboard, and a push-pull phase switch. On all Reverend Guitars, there is a Boneite nut and locking tuners, and a dual-action truss rod – all for maximum performance.



Also new is the Lefty version of the Reverend Mike Watt Signature Wattplower in emerald green. The Reverend Mike Watt Signature Model Wattplower is a 30” scale bass with a smaller body that echo the short scale vintage basses that Watt gravitated towards. Features include an adjustable Hipshot A Style bridge, a brass bridge spacer for sustain and balance, and a front mounted output jack with an oversized, heavy-duty jackplate. On the fretboard, there are extra dots at the fifth and twelfth frets for increased positional visibility, with an anchor inlay at the first fret and “wattplower” at the seventeenth. Luminlay dots are on the side of the neck that glow in the dark to help with excellent visibility on poorly lit stages.

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