The Reverend Charger HB features a Roasted Maple neck and Rosewood fretboard. It comes with two of Reverend’s outstanding HA5 humbuckers in the bridge and neck positions. Delivering retro cool with modern features, this solid body electric guitar is brilliant for the money – you will not want to put it down! Want to give one a demo? Pop into our Los Angeles Shop, where we stock one of the largest selections of Reverend guitars anywhere in the world. We also offer fast delivery to the US, Europe and Worldwide.
REVEREND CHARGER HB WITH ROASTED MAPLE NECK
The Reverend Charger HB is a professional level twin humbucker electric guitar, providing outstanding build and component quality, as well as some unique Reverend innovations. Its foundation is a solid Korina body, resulting in light weight and outstanding musicality. The neck is crafted from Roasted Maple. A comfortable playing experience is ensured by the medium oval neck profile, while the 12″ radius Rosewood fingerboard is very quick – perfect for more technical playing.
Roasted Maple is normally used on custom shop and high-end boutique built guitars. Reverend have brought this material to a price bracket never seen before. This is the smoothest, silkiest neck you will ever feel. Trust us! The Roasted Maple that Reverend have used has been kiln dried to remove most of the moisture. This results in a neck resistant to temperature and humidity. The advantages also include stability and increased resonance. Tuning is very stable thanks to the fixed bridge, locking machine heads and Boneite nut. Again, this is great tried and tested hardware. Great for sustain and tuning stability.
TWO HUMBUCKER PICKUPS AND BASS CONTOUR
The Reverend Charger HB fires on all cylinders. The two pickups are Reverend’s own HA5 hubuckers. The bridge has slightly more output than a vintage PAF. The neck position delivers more clarity. They have been wired to a three way switch. What really makes the Charger versatile is the Bass Contour control. This rolls off a particular bass frequency, thinning out the sound gradually – almost like a coil tap but with more versatility. You also get a master tone and volume.