Rock N Roll Relics Announces the Revenge Model

The company's first offset design features a mahogany neck and Emerson Custom electronics.

Los Angeles, CA (February 14, 2020) -- Rock N Roll Relics announce the debut of the Revenge Model.

The Revenge model is our first offset set-neck design. The mahogany neck is a 24.75” scale with a 10-14” compound radius fingerboard. The back carve profile is available in a slim cut and fat vintage cut. Nut width is 1-11/16”. The body woods will be available in mahogany, Spanish cedar and korina. The finish work features a lacquer skin that is available aged or non aged. The guitar comes strung up with Dunlop .010-.046 stainless steel strings and includes a custom G&G hard shell case.

Rock N Roll Relics is a boutique American-made guitar brand founded in 2005 by guitarist Billy Rowe. A few artists who play Rock N Roll Relics are Billie Joe Armstrong, Johnny Rzeznik, Peter Buck, Rick Nielsen, Bruce Kulick, Gilby Clarke & Tracii Guns. Rock N Roll Relics are available through dealers throughout the world.

Features:

  • Body: Mahogany
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Frets: Medium jumbo
  • Hardware: Kluson tuners, Advanced Platting locking ABR Bridge + stop tail
  • Pickups: Humbuckers
  • Electronics: Emerson Custom potentiometers, switchcraft 3 way toggle
  • Capacitors: .022
  • MAP Price: $2,799.00

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