Reverend Guitars has released the Todd Evans Signature Squatch Hammer. It’s a souped-up version of the brand’s Flying V-shaped Volcano, of which the Mobile Deathcamp guitarist is a fan, but with metal-ready specs.
Compared to the Volcano, the Squatch Hammer packs heavier tones, a faster feel and longer sustain. It has a string-through korina body and neck, a 12-inch-radius ebony fingerboard, and a single Raihammer Anvil humbucker in the bridge position. Surprisingly for a Reverend, the Squatch Hammer only has a single knob to control volume.
In terms of hardware and electronics, the Squatch Hammer comes with pin-lock tuners, a boneite nut, and a suite of carefully considered electronic components that feature on most Reverend models.
The Squatch Hammer is available in two smooth satin-finishes: Battleship Grey and Army Green.
Retails at $1,099. More information at reverendguitars.com.