We've got some new models and new color options coming in over the next two weeks. Here are a few of what we've got coming in
We got the first of our stock Reverends to come in with a roasted maple neck. All bolt-on models are now shipping with them. The roasting process makes the necks more resistant to temperature and humidity changes and has a great texture and color. The input jacks and internal electronics have been updated as well, and there are some minor aesthetic changes. Heres the first one in:
Okay, these are backordered everywhere and we are already down to one left in stock. Here is the quick rundown: it is a digital delay chip with 6 different voices and each has its own modulation style. These range from tape warble, to chorus, to filter sweeping. However, that chip is enclosed in a 22 volt analog preamp that captures the glory of those Echoplex units. It has amazing headroom and it just sounds wide open. It is expression pedal controllable and has a secondary foot switch for runaway oscillation. Catalinbread absolutely killed it. Click the photo to see the official demo from Catalinbread.
New model from Reverend Guitars: Reeves Gabrels Dirtbike. We will have the blue one in this coming week. It is a Sensei platform with a Wilkinson tremolo and a Reeves Signature Railhammer bridge pickup. Pop wheelies and blow up amps.
I'll be out of town this coming week. If you need to get a hold of me or place a order, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or on our facebook page. I'll respond as soon as I have cell service.
Saturday August 12 at O'Malley's, Starday, and Bar Carlo: $5, 30 bands, 3 venues, and all the dumb ideas
The Tommy Koffin Signature is based on the Kingbolt platform. It has two Hyper Vintage Railhammer pickups for an aggressive and classic tone. They sound open in the lows without getting muddy or losing articulation. The Wilkinson tremolo is capable of everything from subtle surf vibrato to full dive bombs without going out of tune. The headstock is reversed and comes with either a maple fretboard or rosewood one depending on the color. Like all Reverends, it has a Korina body, locking tuners, and the bass contour knob for focusing the lows.
We got a few fun ones in last night:
We got two new Hovercrafts! Caribou 50 (Dual depth, FAC, 2-channel, gain has a full range doom setting and a vintage setting that's Supro Thunderbolt based). We've also a modded 1960A Cab (star stencils) with full range speakers and a Matamp grill cloth. Added to the Hovercraft 6X12 we already had and this wall has turned into what I dreamed up as a child. And by child, I mean right now.
We just received 4 pieces from Jesse Cunningham and they are hung on the walls and available for purchase. Inquire in the store or via email. I've uploaded a few photos below and they hardly do the work justice.
We burned through most of our last order of Black Arts Tone Works I've got some replacements and some new ones coming. Check em out. Images link to their website.
Okay, for all of you people out of state we've now launched our web store. Simple click "Shop" on our website: "Instruments" will take you to our Reverb store and "Everything Else" will take you to our own web store. Simple. You can also do in-store pickup if desired.
Okay, so we kind of went for a theme with this one. All of these are the same body and they all have Wilkinson Tremolos. Three are bolt on necks one is a set neck. These are all really different guitars though: The pickups range from standard P90s to humbuckers to Railhammers. We've got a baritone with a tremolo coming in. These guitars vary from Strat killers with the JS390 to thick rock machines with the Bayonet.
New Perfect Monster EP! It slays. Come get one.
Saturday April 15th at the Twilight (1420 SE Powell) The Latter Day Skanks release their new EP "Devilishly Dirty." Come and get it.
Just in: The Mike Watt Wattplower Bass. $1399 with a monoblock case. P-blade pickup, solid korina body, and a shortscale neck with a frickin anchor on it.
We are Oregon's first Railhammer dealer and they are showing up today. They make a few different models and we will have most of them installed on guitars so you can hear them before you buy. They fit a standard humbucker cavity and are voiced either as humbuckers or as P90s but they are all dual-coil designs. The rails under the low strings focuses bottom end and gives more usable bass. Railhammers work great for drop tuned or baritone guitars as well since they never sound muddy even with the gain and bass cranked. The oversized pole pieces under the high strings keep them from sounding thin and the balance between strings is incredible. The models vary from P90 crunch to modern metal attack to warm and vintage.