Which Reverend for Classic Rock?

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  1. Goldstrat

    Goldstrat Member

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    I just discovered a few of the reverends and would like to know which models are the best for classic Rock? Any advice would be great!!!!
    Thanks
     
  2. frankencat

    frankencat Guitarded Gold Supporting Member

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    I have a Roundhouse HB FM and it smokes for classic rock!
     
  3. Aahzz

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    Well, I have a Daredevil 290 and a Warhawk II HB - both of them are more than capable of handling Classic Rock. The Warhawk is more of a firebreathing beast, but still has great clarity and a LOT of versatility. It depends more, I think, on what exact Classic Rock tones you're looking for...
     
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    I think pretty much any Reverend will work. You wont be disappointed
     
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    What he said. ^
     
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    dhdfoster Silver Supporting Member

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    All of them. Joe seems to voice his pickups in a way that will work for Classic Rock. His humbuckers and P90s have clairty, his "Filtertrons" are slightly hot, and his "Tele" bridge pickup is more of rock pickup.
     
  7. Gasp100

    Gasp100 Silver Supporting Member

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    I like em all, but I vote for the double agent.
     

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