If Reverend guitars had to be summed up in three ways, they would be vintage style, affordability and playability. All Reverends made since 2007 feature Korina wood bodies for their lightweight feel, tonal consistency and resonant, harmonic sound. When combined with their custom pickups and other proprietary hardware and features, the result is a line of instruments renowned for their unique tone and ease of play. And the retro- inspired aesthetics sure don't hurt. There are numerous Reverend models to find in this section, so there's surely one that'll catch your eye.
Whatever your genre of choice, there's a Reverend for that. Are you looking for an accessible instrument for blues or rockabilly? If so, the Reverend Flatroc Electric Guitar is for you. With its 25.5" scale maple neck for a touch of classic twang, this guitar has a clean, warm tone and excellent sustain. The custom Revtron bridge pickup adds a distinctive upper-mid growl and the vintage-inspired design is right at home onstage.
For rock and metal, the Reverend Sensei RA FM Electric Guitar is the way to go. Its Railhammer Chisel pickups deliver fat highs and tight lows, and the glossy ebony fretboard allows aggressive attack and extreme speed. For consistent performance, the Sensei RA FM is equipped with pin-lock tuners, which secure your strings in place for precise, stable tuning and speedy string changes.
If you need a really special axe, you'll want to take a look at a signature model like the Reverend Pete Anderson Signature PA-1 RT Electric Guitar. This hollow-body guitar has a 15th fret neck/body joint for improved high fret access as well as a dual-action truss rod for either back-bow or forward-bow adjustment. This signature model produces the full tone of a hollow-body guitar, and it can handle high volumes without excessive feedback.
From early-endorser Kid Rock to Billy Corgan of The Smashing Pumpkins, Chris Funk of The Decemberists and many others, the number of respected artists who use Reverend guitars is a strong testament to the brand's quality. But don't take their word for it; pick one up and judge for yourself. Whichever instrument you choose, you're sure to be impressed by the artful balance of style, feel and sound.