Reverend Robin Finck signature black

  • €1.199,00
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Reverend created this straight-ahead rock machine for monster guitarist Robin Finck.

They took the Sensei platform, added Railhammer Chisels and a high-performance bound ebony fretboard. Robin only uses the volume and bass contour knobs, so we streamlined the control layout to volume/bass contour/3-way switch. Vintage pedal-style knobs mean that you can see them, even on dark stages, with laser lights and smoke machines erupting all around.

This no-nonsense, all-business guitar will crush your leads.

This model benefits from all the upgrades Reverend has rolled out across its range over the past few years.

A new Boneite nut, which reduces friction and has a resonant response similar to that of bone. Or a new 3 abreast string tree, Etched Reverend logo on the jack plate, new improved dual contact jack socket with etched jack plate, upgraded pots and capacitors and new lower profile knobs. The result is an instrument which is highly reliable and performs perceptibly better than many competitors in the same price bracket.

No wonder these guitars get such consistently great reviews. You get boutique quality without the big price tag.


Specifications

  • 24-¾ inch scale
  • Korina body
  • Korina set neck
  • Ebony fretboard
  • Pin-lock tuners
  • Boneite nut
  • Acrylic block inlay
  • White fretboard binding
  • 12 inch radius
  • 22 jumbo frets
  • Tune-o-matic bridge
  • Stop tailpiece

Electronics

  • 2 Railhammer humbuckers
  • 3-way toggle switch
  • Master volume & bass contour

Strings

  • 10-46 gauge standard
  • nickel wound

Condition

  • New

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