Reverend Guitars Releases the Tricky Gomez

The limited-edition model is a tribute to an off-brand guitar from the sixties.

Livonia, MI (Month 00, 2013) -- Reverend’s tribute to an off-brand, semi-hollow body guitar from the sixties, The Tricky Gomez, is now in Reverend’s Limited Edition Metal Flake colors for 2013! Reverend Guitars is producing the model in gold, silver, blue, green, and red – all with a saturated metal flake! There are only thirteen of each color to commemorate 2013.

Routed Korina, a solid Maple top, and Reverend’s own Revtron Low-output humbuckers make the Reverend Tricky Gomez sound like a vintage guitar. The 24 3/4” Korina neck and the B70 Bigsby with a roller bridge makes it play like a modern one! Available in Gloss Black, Red Burst, and Three-Tone Burst (all with Tortoise pickguards), the Tricky Gomez is perfect for all of those heavy retro rockers!

All Reverends have a Korina body for consistency and clarity, pin-lock tuners, and the exclusive Reverend Bass Contour, which adjusts the low frequencies in the same way that the tone control adjusts the highs.

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