Reverend Warhawk 390 Electric Guitar
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The Reverend Warhawk 390 Electric Guitar boasts a double cutaway Korina body. A 3-piece Korina neck has been carved into an ultra-fast thin profile with a 24.75” scale. The rosewood fingerboard is topped with 24 Extra Jumbo frets and a 12”radius for extremely fast playability and effortless string-bending.
The electronics boast a trio of Reverend-designed CP90 pickups that deliver traditional-style twang with a little extra kick. The bridge pickup is slightly hotter than a vintage P90. You get raw, classic tone with slightly less hum than most other P90’s. These pickups will cut through any setting with twang to spare. The neck and mid position CP90’s offer clear, open tone that delivers extra punch when needed. These versatile pickups deliver great clean sound but can also deliver the goods with heavy distortion added. The Warhawk 390 possesses a tremendous range of tonal possibilities that could cover any gig.
The controls include a master volume, and a master tone, and a bass contour control, which is great for tightening up the low-end. The bass contour also can re-voice the pickups altogether by giving a single-coil tone, which makes the Sensei even more versatile. Chrome hardware includes Reverend pin-lock tuners, and a Bigsby B-50 Vibrato, essential for rockabilly playing. The Warhawk 390 brings together classic styling with modern features, making it the perfect weapon for today's players. Case not included.
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I love P90 pickups and this guitar has three. Perfect! The range of this guitar is from country to rock. Just a great value, plays as good as anything on the market. My only problem is the Bigsby because the way I play I feel like I am going to rip the tremolo off; however, if you do not play like a caveman you will have no problems. Such a cool guitar.U
*Hands on review by Christopher M. from store 57 in Indianapolis.
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