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Limited Edition Hotshot Junior Guitar from Reverend

Based on Reverend's Slingshot guitar, the single-pickup Hotshot Junior features a high output Rio Grande Bluesbar P-90, volume, tone, and laminated/beveled black pickguard. The hot rodded P-90 is overwound for increased gain and low end, making it well suited for high-power blues or raw-edged rock. Only 40 instruments will be made...

June 28, 2004

Based on Reverend's Slingshot guitar, the single-pickup Hotshot Junior features a high output Rio Grande Bluesbar P-90, volume, tone, and laminated/beveled black pickguard. The hot rodded P-90 is overwound for increased gain and low end, making it well suited for high-power blues or raw-edged rock. Only 40 instruments will be made.

The Hotshot Junior is part of the Workhorse Series, which uses the same patented High Resonance body construction and Super Vintage neck as found on Reverend's Premium Series. However, the non-locking diecast tuners and limited options allow for a lower price point.

Price: $559. Available in '69 Lime Green, Fireball Red, Aged Yellow and Jet Black. Options include maple fingerboard ($10), Graph Tech saddles ($32), two-tone teardrop case ($79), or gig bag ($25).

For more information, visit their web site at www.reverenddirect.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004