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Reverend Club King 290
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Reverend Club King 290

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

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"Excellent !"

Reverend Club King 290Published on 11/24/15 at 11:43
I use the Reverend Club King 290 with Orange AD30 and Ampeg V4BH amps, mainly playing a mix of punk & hardcore. This guitar is just great, my (Mexican) Fender Telecaster and Gibson SG have a hard time competing with it.

I love the way it looks, in between a Tele and LP with even a little Rickenbaker to it - the only cons on this point is the cheap-looking Reverend logo on the headstock.
As far as using it, well it's rather basic: volume and tone knobs, 3-way switch pickup selector, and Reverend's trademark "bass contour" knob.
Soundwise, the (Reverend-made) P90s deliver excellent clean sounds, hot and deep, and also a big overdriven sound - very good for crunch too. The "Bass Contour"......
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I use the Reverend Club King 290 with Orange AD30 and Ampeg V4BH amps, mainly playing a mix of punk & hardcore. This guitar is just great, my (Mexican) Fender Telecaster and Gibson SG have a hard time competing with it.

I love the way it looks, in between a Tele and LP with even a little Rickenbaker to it - the only cons on this point is the cheap-looking Reverend logo on the headstock.
As far as using it, well it's rather basic: volume and tone knobs, 3-way switch pickup selector, and Reverend's trademark "bass contour" knob.
Soundwise, the (Reverend-made) P90s deliver excellent clean sounds, hot and deep, and also a big overdriven sound - very good for crunch too. The "Bass Contour" knob is great, it adds a lot of low without drowning out the other frequencies, also the fact that it's a semi-hollow slightly favors the mids. Regarding playing comfort, it's almost as comfortable as a Fender.
The finish is just perfect, nothing to say against it.

All in all, it's a beautiful, very versatile and affordable guitar.
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  • Manufacturer: Reverend
  • Model: Club King 290
  • Series: Club King
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/27/2013

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