Reverend Guitars Announces the Return of the Charger Guitar

The Charger is part of the Bolt-on Series, and will come in two versions. The 290, with Reverend’s own P-90 pickups, comes in Tobacco Burst with a rosewood fretboard or Deep Sea Blue with a maple neck.

Livonia, MI (April, 16, 2012) – The Reverend Charger, a fan favorite for many years, will be revived at the Dallas Guitar Show, April 20-22. The Charger is part of the Bolt-on Series, and will come in two versions. The 290, with Reverend’s own P-90 pickups, comes in Tobacco Burst with a rosewood fretboard or Deep Sea Blue with a maple neck. The HB will have two Reverend Humbuckers, and comes in Natural Korina (with rosewood) or Metallic Red (with maple.) Both versions will have a hard tail bridge and both will feature our new pickup design with a chrome metal control plate.

Reverend Charger 290 has a fat, raw bluesy tone, and the Charger HB is for the big rock tones with clarity. Like all Reverends, The Charger has a Korina body which is consistently responsive and lively; and it has the Reverend Bass Contour, our passive bass reduction control. The original models were built between 2005 and 2008.

For more information:
reverendguitars.com

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