Reverend Guitars have unveiled a limited edition run of SuperRev guitars, featuring vintage-inspired graphics and sophisticated electronics to satisfy any tone fiend.
Modelled upon the revered aesthetic of classic '60s and '70s muscle cars, the Reverend SuperRev encourages fat, loud tones, boasting a single Railhammer Alcino Grande pickup and a speedy ebony fretboard to dial in the brunt of this beast. In addition, the Reverend SuperRev includes a unqiue bass contour control to further shape your tone, as well as a Boneite nut, locking tuners and a dual-action truss-rod for maximum tuning stability and player performance.
Embossed with a special graphic of a racing stripe on the front and a checkerboard flag on the back of the guitar, the SuperRev comes in three unique automobile-inspired finishes - '69 Lime, '69 Orange, and '69 Yellow, each with a matching headstock for aesthetic elegance. With produciton of the SuperRev limited between August 2017 to July 2018, don't expect these bad boys to last too long.