Reverend Pete Anderson Signature
Reverend has announced the release of the Pete Anderson Signature guitar, which happens to be the brand's first "true" hollowbody guitar.
The brand announces this model as featuring a vintage look with upgraded performances so as to suit today's players, with a mix of roar and twang provided by the stock P-90s. It also features the Uni-Brace system, which basically consists in dividing the guitar into two chambers while connecting the bridge and neck blocks, which is supposed to provide less feedback, an increased sustain, clearer lows, and yet a classic hollow sound.
Other features include spruce top with laminated maple back and sides, a set korina neck with a 24-3/4" scale, 12" radius, 22 frets rosewood fingerboard, all with a Bigsby B70 tremolo.
List price is $1429, with an additional $169 for the case.
Available finishes include Satin Vintage Natural & Satin Black.
More information on the brand's web site.
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