Reverend has unveiled its new Crosscut and Crosscut W electric guitars.
Both guitars feature korina bodies, roasted maple necks, pin-lock tuners, dual-action truss rods, boneite nuts, and initialed and serial-numbered headstocks.
Sounds on both models come by way of a pair of custom hybrid Railhammer Cleancut pickups, which aim to pack the punch of P90s, while staying a bit leaner and hum-free overall.
The difference in the guitars' names stems from the their bridges – the Crosscut features a string-through-body hardtail bridge, while the Crosscut W sports a Wilkinson tremolo system.
The Crosscut is available in Natural, Italian Purple, and Oceanside Green finishes, while the Crosscut W is offered in Metallic Red Burst, Midnight Black, and Chronic Blue finishes.
The Reverend Crosscut and Crosscut W guitars are available now, though no price for the guitars has been revealed as of press time.
For more info on the guitars, stop by reverendguitars.com.
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