Reverend Guitars expands Kingbolt series

October 9, 2013
The Reverend Kingbolt, Reverend Guitars’ sleek and contoured bolt-on that is built for speed and power, is now in two new colors. The standard Kingbolt, with the Reverend Special-H Zebra pickups, now comes in Satin Army Green with a Maple fretboard.
The Kingbolt RA, loaded with Railhammers, is now in Lakeshore Gold – the color made famous by King Parris – with a Rosewood fretboard. All Reverend Kingbolts have a Wilkinson tremolo.
Both Kingbolts still come in the original colors: Metallic Blue/Maple, Metallic Copper Fire/Rosewood, and Black/Maple for the Kingbolt; Satin Army Green/Maple and Metallic Gold Burst/Rosewood for the Kingbolt RA.

All Reverends have pin-lock tuners and a graphite nut work together to create more stability and to help every Reverend to stay in tune. The exclusive Reverend Bass Contour, a variable bass roll-off that adjusts the pickup voicing, gives every Reverend a range of tones.
“It’s influenced by the classics. The look is very important – you wear it – but it’s also a musician’s tool, and everything has to work. Everything continues to evolve for Reverend, and that’s part of our philosophy. The last Reverend is the best Reverend.” – Joe Naylor, Founder of Reverend Guitars.
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