Reverend Launches New Set-Neck Warhawk II Guitar Print
Wednesday, 25 July 2007 04:43
Reverend has introduced the Warhawk II 390 guitar, one of their new Set-Neck series. This double-cutaway design features lightweight, resonant mahogany and solid body construction with a raised center section on the front.
The thicker center mass improves clarity and sustain, while the thinner wings increase resonance for an instrument that is lively, clear and rich in harmonics.

The Warhawk II 390 features three Reverend P-90 pickups. The bridge pickup is slightly hotter than a traditional soapbar, and the middle & neck pickups are slightly cleaner. The P-90 bite you'd expect, plus positions 2 and 4 on the 5-way pickup selector deliver classic "quack" but with a thicker tonality and midrange presence.

* Solid mahogany
* Three Reverend P-90 pickups
* 5-Way pickup switch
* Wilkinson staggered EZ-Lock tuners
* Volume, Tone, and Bass Contour (bass roll off) controls
* 24.75" scale, set-neck one-piece mahogany with graphite nut and tilt-back headstock
* Dual-action truss rod
* Rosewood fingerboard with 12" radius and 22 frets
* Retail price: $499

* Metallic Alpine, Tobacco Burst
* Les Trem tremolo with precision roller bridge ($100)

Press release
Source: Reverend