Reverend Guitars announces the new Airwave 12 12-string guitar will be introduced at NAMM 2016.
From the company:
The Reverend Airwave 12 has retro styling without the retro issues. The bridge is fully intonateable for all 12 strings – independently – chords are always in tune and sound sweeter than you expect. The wide nut provides spacing for the extra strings, and the shorter 24-3/4” scale length provides lower string tension. Easier chording means it’s easier to play. The extended upper body horn balances the guitar. The five-piece Korina and Walnut neck are strong enough to withstand the pressure of twelve strings. That, along with the twelve Reverend Pin-Lock Tuners, provides excellent tuning stability. The Reverend Airwave-12 comes in Metallic Alpine, Midnight Black, and 3-Tone Burst.
Like all Reverends, the Airwave 12 has a Korina body, a graphite nut and locking tuners, Reverend’s Bass Contour Control, and a dual-action truss rod – all for maximum performance.
Rock and Roll’s not dead, it’s just hanging around at Reverend. Come to booth # 5793 or www.reverendguitars.com to find out why.
For more information, visit Reverend Guitars.