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Reverend Charger 290

Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar from Reverend belonging to the Charger series.

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Reverend Charger 290Published on 04/23/09 at 03:54
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- In which country was it made?

Korea

-COPR

korina Solidbody Acoustic with rooms

- How many frets,

22 medium jumbo

- What kind of stick?

Channel profile target medium-oval truss rod, maple key reported with maple or rosewood radius 12 ", amber tinted satin.

- The Diapason

25-1/2 ".

- What type of bridge, mechanical

Tune-o-Matic and Stop Tail
Reverend Pin-Lock tuners (same principle as the PRS With CAD is blocking the rope)

- What kinds of microorganisms and their configuration?

Two Micro-type P90 Build by Reverend

- What are the settings (volume, tone, selector micro ...)?

Three-position switch (neck pickup both bridge pickup)
One volume,......
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- In which country was it made?

Korea

-COPR

korina Solidbody Acoustic with rooms

- How many frets,

22 medium jumbo

- What kind of stick?

Channel profile target medium-oval truss rod, maple key reported with maple or rosewood radius 12 ", amber tinted satin.

- The Diapason

25-1/2 ".

- What type of bridge, mechanical

Tune-o-Matic and Stop Tail
Reverend Pin-Lock tuners (same principle as the PRS With CAD is blocking the rope)

- What kinds of microorganisms and their configuration?

Two Micro-type P90 Build by Reverend

- What are the settings (volume, tone, selector micro ...)?

Three-position switch (neck pickup both bridge pickup)
One volume, one tone, a style filter Bass Contour (liabilities)

- Colours

Tabaco Burst => maple fingerboard
Metallic Gold => Rosewood

I put 9 because the selector is a bit "cheap" for my taste. It looks like those of stratocumulus but three positions. We'll see if it takes time.

UTILIZATION

- The handle is it nice?

Yes, it reminds me of those Japanese stratovolcano. This is not a motorway "shredeur" hungry for speed, but he did not ask me no trouble coping.

- Access to acute (last string) Is it easy?

Nothing wrong with the design of the body that we reach the last fret without even a gene

- Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?

No problem weight, size or shape. The only drawback is that the rooms dug into the body lightens considerably and the weight ratio between the handle body does not allow a good balance. Result Guitar leans slightly forward if you do not hold the handle.
- Do you get easily a good sound ...?

The microphone is in my view still a really good time with one P90 is located in the "No Man's Land" between Single Coil and Humbucker. Volume, and progressive in order to act properly on the preamp. the amp and the tone and quite effective even if I do not use it often. Finally the ultimate weapon of this guitar is the contour filter. In tower button yields a rich medium or in its streamlined, so acute in richer and more piercing (simpa out of the mix;))

I put 8 for balance Handle / Body

SOUNDS

- Are they suitable for your style of music?

Classic Rock and vintage sound throughout Super

- With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?

I have not played so far on my Orange Rockerverb 50 and a cry baby. I'm Fan

Add the mixture channel 290 and "dirt" Gain set mid-race ... I love

- What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "fat ",....)?

From what I've read the P90 and an easel can beefier (output) the p90 can handle a less than standard Gibson.
Effectively combining the two pickups gives a more temperate. The switch down .. It roared. Practice to pierce the mix alone.
Another time the filter really makes this versatile guitar but it still can not speak here of his lens.

10 ... The stamps of this guitar is more than convincing for my taste

OVERALL OPINION

- For how long have you been using it?

February this year

- What thing do you like most/least about it?

+ => Low contour filter, microphones and their balance, finishes are impeccable
- => Imbalance related to the weight of the handle

- Did you try many other models before getting this one?

I have a Carvin (Les Paul type) and a Telecaster but I have not tested other guitar p90. I do not know many other P90 model of this quality in this price range. If you know not hesitate to let us share.

- What is your opinion about the value for the price?

Excellent Value € 629 + counted in the displacement (or delivery) in Amiens and Lille.

- With experience, you do again what choice ?....

Oh Yes

Here is a link to Criticism of Guitar Player magazine

http://www.guitarplayer.com/article/reverend-charger-290/May-06/20050
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  • Manufacturer: Reverend
  • Model: Charger 290
  • Series: Charger
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/30/2007

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