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FACTOIDS & TRIVIA

With their composition bodies, Joe Naylor's American-made Reverend guitars are sort of like high-tech Danelectros.  The use of “alternative materials” and sub-7 pound weight make the guitar feel like a toy, but don’t let that fool you.  It’s much more solid and sturdy than any vintage or recent Danelectro and the parts are much higher quality.  In addition, the fit and finish is excellent.  They sound good, too.  The guitar shown here is from the no-frills Workhorse series.

REVEREND SLINGSHOT  (2003)






Body:
  Semi-hollow; styrenic polymer sides, phenolic top and back

Finish:  Aged Burgundy

Neck:  1-piece maple, bolt-on

Fingerboard:  Indian rosewood;  white plastic dot markers

Number of Frets:  21

Pickguard:  1-ply white plastic

Bridge:  Steel, string-through-body; chrome

Nut:  Plastic

Tuners:  Enclosed, chrome

Pickups:  Two, Reverend-design P-90 single coil

Controls:  Volume and tone, 3-way pickup selector switch

Scale Length:  25 1/2 inches

Neck Width at Nut:  1 5/8 inches

Body Width at Lower Bout:  n/a

Body Depth:  n/a

Weight:  n/a 







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