Congrats. Love my Rev Rick V.
Play it reverently and in excellent health!
Thanks Strummerson. Really dig this guitar. Feels so tiny compared to my Pro Jet. In a different good kinda way. Love the coil tap too.
Ooh! Most Cool!! Reverends are great guitars. They have such killer necks! I miss my old Club King HB, that I had to sell. Some day I hope to get another one.
Thanks Ellen. I'm starting to get used to it and hope I bond with it fast. Most people I hear that have had a USA Reverend and sold it regret it.
I have some import Reverend Club Kings. Sell one of those and the pain will set in as well!
Nice axe! I've never had the opportunity to play a Reverend, but I sure do hear some great things about them.
Is that one of the etched metal finishes? Reverend used to do palm trees and swirls on metal. I have a Rocco in orange, it has a really great neck is just a nice guitar, very versatile . I don't think I'll ever sell mine.
No it's not a etched metal finish. It's the Phenolic wood compound (fancy plastic I think It seems like it can do anything. Hell it can do a lot more then I can even take advantage of but I'm getting there.
Too bad they don't make those anymore. They were innovative and good. The innovative thing probably scared alot of people off. Guitarists are traditionalists and like traditional materials for their guitars.
I used to have an orange Wolfman with Bigsby. It came across the big pond in that gorgeous two-tone teardrop case and it was in tune.
Had to sell it to get the Power Jet. Got back what I paid for it.
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