#1
I'm thinking about buying a Reverend Warhawk HB in Sunburst or Midnight Black and I was wondering what your thoughts were on this guitar and manufacturer.




Cost: $469

Thanks.
Last edited by grungefan89 at May 13, 2006,
#4
They look like well-made guitars... but the visual design is pretty bad. Has anyone told these guys that the 60's are over?

American Stratocaster + Blues Junior

#5
Quote by brandooon
what are the specs?


Quote by www.reverendguitars.com

WARHAWK HB SPECIFICATIONS:

BODY: solid mahogany with raised center section. 18-1/4" x 13" x 1-5/8" (center) x 1-3/8" (wings).
PICKUPS:two Reverend humbuckers, output/tone calibrated for each position. (Made in USA.)
NECK:bolt-on, maple, amber tinted satin finish, gloss black reverse headstock.
TRUSS ROD:dual-action, access at headstock.
SCALE:25-1/2".
FINGERBOARD:rosewood, 12" radius.
FRETS:22 medium jumbo.
NECK PROFILE:medium oval.
NUT:1-21/32" (42 mm) width, graphite.
TUNERS:Wilkinson EZ-Lock tuners with staggered heights.
BRIDGE:TOM w/ stop tail.
TREMOLO:(OPTIONAL) Les Trem tremolo with precision roller bridge.
CONTROLS:custom volume & tone, Bass Contour, 3-way.
WEIGHT:approx. 7.5 pounds.
STRINGS:9-42 unless otherwise requested.


Quote by Armored Artist
They look like well-made guitars... but the visual design is pretty bad. Has anyone told these guys that the 60's are over?


I honestly don't see any problem with how this guitar looks. Actually, the overall shape reminds me a lot of Fender's Jaguar and Toronado (post - 2004) with a bit of the Gibson Firebird mixed in for good measure without the expensive price tag.

And the specs are awesome for the price.