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Reverend Guitars Announces Pete Anderson Eastsider Custom

Reverend Guitars Announces Pete Anderson Eastsider Custom

Based on the Eastsider T, the Eastsider Custom has a set neck and humbucker pickups for more effortless playability and a fatter, thicker tone.


The Reverend Pete Anderson Eastsider Custom has a big, warm sound in a T-sized package. Based on the Eastsider T, the Eastsider Custom has a set neck and humbucker pickups for more effortless playability and a fatter, thicker tone. The Telbucker bridge pickup offers a classic humbucker tone in a T-sized footprint. A dual rail design keeps the low end tight and prevents drop-offs when bending. The Eastsider Custom has all the features of the original Eastsider T but with the tone of classic set neck guitars from a bygone era. The Reverend Pete Anderson Eastsider Custom adds another texture to your playing.

On all Reverend Guitars, there is a Boneite nut and locking tuners and a dual-action truss rod for maximum performance. You can’t be different if you’re playing what everyone else is.

For more information, please visit reverendguitars.com.



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