Reverend announces the Crosscut and Crosscut W

It’s the brand’s take on a classic T-type, with a few twists.

Reverend Crosscut and Crosscut W models

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Reverend Guitars has announced the Crosscut and the Crosscut W, two new T-type guitars loaded with the P90-esque Railhammer Cleancuts.

Both guitars are single-cut bolt-ons, with a korina body and, like all Reverend guitars, a Boneite nut and a bass contour control.

Both guitars have a Railhammer Cleancut in the bridge and neck. These are humbucker-sized pickups that are voiced to sound closer to P90s – with a bright, jangly character. They have the added bonus, however, of being hum-free. The standard Crosscut features a T-style bridge with a humbucker-sized mounting ring, while the Crosscut W has a standard pickup ring for the bridge pickup and a Wilkinson Stratocaster-style vibrato system.

Both models also feature a Telecaster-style control plate, with a volume, tone and three-way blade switch.

The neck is roasted maple, with either a roasted maple or pau ferro fretboard depending on your choice of finish. The Reverend Crosscut is available in Natural Korina, Oceanside Green, and Italian Purple, while the Crosscut W is available in Midnight Black, Red Burst, and Chronic Blue.

The Crosscut lists for $1199 while the Crosscut W lists for $1329. Find out more at reverendguitars.com.

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