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.
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We got in 12 Reverend guitars and basses this week, including one we will be raffling off at the end of December. There hasn't been a reverend dealer in Portland for years so most of you have never had a chance to play one. There are well designed with a vintage flare and have some modern tech that should be standard on all guitars. I have been playing one since March and love it. Even some of the models that I normally don't gravitate towards are solid and I find myself playing in different ways because there are such good tones buried in them.
We are raffling off a Reverend Charger HB! Every $5 you spend in the store from November 16 to December 30 gets you a ticket or you can purchase tickets seperately.
Here are the guitar details:
Street Price: $799
Volume, treble, and bass controls