All Reverend Reviews:
Reverend: Sensei HBElectric Guitars
Reverend: Sensei HB

This guitar is very comfortable to play, looks great (and original without getting whacky).

POSTED: 11/03/2013 - 12:06 pm

8.5
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Reverend: Jetstream 390Electric Guitars
Reverend: Jetstream 390

Thers is NOTHING in the guitar world that comes close to the sound, feel and quality of this instrument.

POSTED: 07/13/2012 - 03:46 am

7.2
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10
Reverend: Manta Ray 290Electric Guitars
Reverend: Manta Ray 290

This is a 2011 Reverend Manta Ray with 22 jumbo frets, 2 P-90 pickups, a tone cut for treble and bass, and some useless locking tuners. This guitar is beautiful and can play about anything. It looks and plays like guitars twice or even three times it's price.

POSTED: 04/30/2012 - 04:32 am

7.1
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3
Reverend: Unknown Hinson SignatureElectric Guitars
Reverend: Unknown Hinson Signature

This sleek guitar would look comfortable in any setting (apart from Classical!), and the clean, but edgy pickups suit any modern musical application.

POSTED: 06/10/2011 - 05:07 am

8.6
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Reverend: Jetstream HBElectric Guitars
Reverend: Jetstream HB

The Jetstream guitar has the Reverend Bass Contour knob which rolls back the bass frequencies of the pickups.

POSTED: 05/12/2010 - 03:21 am

7.5
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10
Reverend: VolcanoElectric Guitars
Reverend: Volcano

Style and danger rolled into one badass rockin' machine! The tone is big, beefy, wide and punchy but still retains clarity. The bridge pickup is slightly hotter than a vintage PAF, and the neck pickup slightly cleaner. Finally, an offset V with the vintage vibe and veratility demanded by today's players.

POSTED: 02/01/2008 - 01:07 am

9.4
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2