Reverend, like many companies, is getting the NAMM party started early with a trio of announcements. Two new models, the Roundhouse and Contender, and an updated model, the Warhawk, grace your eyes above.
The Warhawk Reboot
Available in three configurations, the new re-launched Warhawk combines an offset body with a plethora of color options. The DA version comes with a P90 in the neck and a humbucker in the bridge, their popular “Double Agent” load out. The same guitar comes in the DAW package, just with an added Wilkinson tremolo system. Lastly, the 390 comes with three p90’s stacked into the body, providing a ton of sonic options.
Announced just before Christmas, the Roundhouse is a Les Paul-like take on a Reverend guitar. Featuring a carved Flame Maple top and tune-o-matic bridge, the Roundhouse is a double humbucking machine.
Another trio of top shelf guitars, the Contender family brings an offset LP body style with a number of pickup configurations. Available with or without a vintage, bigsby-like trem system, the Contender also comes with either humbuckers, P90s, or Reverend’s new Retroblast Mini-Humbuckers.