The Dirtbike is a single-pickup guitar on our Sensei platform with a six-in-line headstock and a Wilkinson tremolo.
Toledo, OH (July 10, 2017) -- The newest guitar in the Reverend Reeves Gabrels series was inspired by a couple of bikes. A ’66 Schwinn and a ’71 Honda Stingray, both blue, and both full of possibilities. From Reeves, himself:
What I think is cool about this guitar is the fact that I have a whole ongoing story/reason/explanation of always having a no frills simple, fast and blue thing to zip around on that threads thru my whole life. This guitar is a continuation of that sense of freedom in the form of speed and power stripped down to its essentials. And Reverend Guitars matched the light metallic blue color of both of its two wheeled predecessors. To me a single pickup guitar with a trem is just like my 1966 Shwinn Stingray with the extension spring on the front wheel or my 1971 Honda dirtbike w/the raised front fender and slightly extended fork. It's a guitar with enough agility that it will let you grab air and do wheelies and the power to leave some rubber on the asphalt in front of the neighbor’s house. And, really, that's all you need. Did I mention it's blue?
The Reverend Reeves Gabrels Dirtbike is a single-pickup guitar on our Sensei platform with a six-in-line headstock and a Wilkinson tremolo. The pickup is a Railhammer Reeves Gabrels Signature Pickup that has a distinct tone that drives hard and cuts through the mix, even with heavy overdrive. There’s an uprout under the Wilkinson for that distinctive Gabrels trem technique. The Reverend Reeves Gabrels Dirtbike is available in Cream, Violin Brown, and, of course, Metallic Blue that matches the bikes that Reeves owned.
Reeves Gabrels is the guitarist for The Cure since 2012. He was previously best known as a founding member of Tin Machine and David Bowie collaborator from 1988 to 2000. He’s toured and/or recorded with many people, including Paul Rodgers, Public Enemy, The Rolling Stones, Ozzy Osborne, NIN, and many others. He currently splits his time between London and New York with his fiancé and cats.
After 2000+ shows, 12 years of living on the road and seeing the world, Reverend Guitars decided it was time that someone gave Tommy Koffin of The Koffin Kats, a Signature Model. The Reverend Tommy Koffin Signature is based on the Reverend Kingbolt platform, loaded with Railhammer Chisel pickups, and a Wilkinson Tremolo with an extra up-rout for all of the trem options.
To go along with Koffin Kats’ psychobilly vibe, the Reverend Tommy Koffin Signature is available in Red Sparkle or Silver Sparkle, with a reverse headstock and “Tommy Koffin *666*” signature on the back. The Koffin Kats are a legendary Detroit three-piece who have taken their brand of high-energy psychobilly and punk throughout the world for twelve years. Their latest album, “Party Time in the End Times” is available on any digital download service, and they are currently touring Europe (again).
On all Reverend Guitars, there is a Boneite nut and locking tuners, Reverend’s Bass Contour Control, and a dual-action truss rod – all for maximum performance. You can’t be different if you’re playing what everyone else is. Visit www.reverendguitars.com to start your journey towards being an individual.
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Outlaw Effects introduces their next generation of NOMAD rechargeable battery-powered pedal boards.
Available in two sizes, NOMAD ISO is a compact, versatile tool that offers the convenience of a fully powered board plus the additional freedom of not having to plug into an outlet. NOMAD ISO is ideal for stages with limited outlet availability, quick changeovers, busking outdoors, temporary rehearsal locations, and more!
NOMAD ISO builds upon the legacy of the ultra-convenient and reliable NOMAD rechargeable pedalboard line originally launched in 2018. The brand new NOMAD ISO editions feature eight isolated outputs (1 x 9V DC, and 1 switchable 9V/12V DC) for even more versatility and clean, quiet power. With an integrated lithium-ion battery pack boasting 12800mAh capacity, NOMAD ISO can fuel a wide array of pedals, and will last over 10 hours* on a single charge.
Each NOMAD ISO pedal board includes adhesive hook & loop pedal-mounting tape, eight (8) standard DC connector cables, and one (1) reverse polarity DC cable, giving you everything you need to build your ultimate "off-the-grid" rig. A rugged, road-ready padded gig bag with shoulder strap is also included, to safely protect your gear while you're on the move.
NOMAD ISO S: MSRP $309 / MAP: $249
Dimensions: 19 ¼" x 5 ¼"
NOMAD ISO M: MSRP $349 / MAP $279
Dimensions: 19 ¼" x 11"
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Dunable announce new Minotaur model featuring Grover Rotomatic Keystone tuners.
The Minotaur's DNA is rooted in their classic Moonflower model, which Dunable discontinued in 2017. However, they have long since wanted to create a fresh take on a carved top guitar design, and various attempts to rework the Moonflower led them to a brand new concept with the Minotuar.
Dunable's goal is to give the player a guitar that plays fast and smooth, sounds amazing, and gives maximum physical ergonomic comfort. The Minotaur's soft and meticulous contours, simple and effective control layout, and 25.5" scale length are designed to easily meet this criteria.
- 25.5" scale length
- Dual Humbucker
- one volume, one tone, push pull for coil splitting
- Grover Rotomatic Keystone tuners
- Grover Tune O Matic bridge with brass Kluson top-mount tailpiece
- jumbo nickel frets
- 12" fretboard radius
This full-amp-stack-in-a-box pedal brings a new flavor to the Guitar Legend Tone Series of pedals, Missing Link Audio’s flagship product line.
Adding to the company’s line of premium-quality effects pedals, Missing Link Audio has unleashed the new AC/Overdrive pedal. This full-amp-stack-in-a-box pedal – the only Angus & Malcom all-in-one stompbox on the market – brings a new flavor to the Guitar Legend Tone Series of pedals, Missing Link Audio’s flagship product line.
The AC/OD layout has three knobs to control Volume, Gain and Tone. That user-friendly format is perfect for quickly getting your ideal tone, and it also offers a ton of versatility. MLA’s new AC/OD absolutely nails the Angus tone from the days of “High Voltage” to "Back in Black”. You can also easily dial inMalcom with the turn of a knob. The pedal covers a broad range of sonic terrain, from boost to hot overdrive to complete tube-like saturation. The pedal is designed to leave on all the time and is very touch responsive. You can get everything from fat rhythm tones to a perfect lead tone just by using your guitar’s volume knob and your right-hand attack.
- Three knobs to control Volume, Gain and Tone
- Die-cast aluminum cases for gig-worthy durability
- Limited lifetime warranty
- True bypass on/off switch
- 9-volt DC input
- Made in the USA