I've got some serious GAS for a Reverend Warhawk 390 with bigsby but other than YouTube clips and pictures on the net I've never touched or seen one. They seem like a nice build from the pictures. Karina body, 3 P90's, 5 way switch, Bass contour, Bigsby, Block inlays, neck through with raised mid section, and I like the bursts on the body and on the back of the neck. But how do Reverends play? The sounds I hear people getting online are great but how does it translate in a band or in person? I come on here and I find pages of people who love Reverend guitars but someone has to see a flaw. So what do y'all think? Reverend in general and particularly the 390... Yay or Nay? For those who care a little more back ground: Over the past 20 years I've ended up buying and selling a ton of guitars but this is what I've kept. Gretsch White Falcon. Gibson: LP Classic, LP Custom, ES333. PRS: CE22, SAS Narrowfield, Singlecut Hollowbody II, Original Starla with Bigsby. Squier: CVC Tele. I play mostly Southern Rock, Modern Rock, Blues, Contemporary Christian. I play through a Marshall 2204 with 4x12 greenback cab and an Egnater Tweaker 15w. I don't own anything with P90's and want to get 1 guitar to fit the bill for all my P90 desires. I've owned a Gibson LP Gem and Faded Special with P90's and liked them but ended up selling because they didn't seem special enough compared to the collection I already acquired. My budget is $1k or less.