Reverend Announces Major Changes to the Jetstream Series

The Jetstream 290 will become the Jetstream 390, giving the guitar a thick tone and an abundant midrange.

Livonia, MI (April 11, 2012) – Reverend Guitars is renovating the Jetstream Series this spring! The Jetstream 290 will become the Jetstream 390, giving the guitar a thick tone and an abundant midrange. It will be available in Rock Orange with a Maple neck, or 3-Tone Burst with Rosewood fretboard. The Jetstream HB will now come in our new favorite color, Deep Sea Blue, with a Maple neck or Violin Brown with a Rosewood fretboard. All of the Jetstreams will now feature Wilkinson Trems.

Like all Reverend guitars, the Jetstreams are made out of Korina wood, making them resonant and lively and wonderfully consistent. They also feature the Reverend Bass Contour, a passive bass reduction control giving you more versatility in each guitar.

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