Reverend : Left Handed Guitars 2015

Reverend Guitars is an American guitar company, founded in 1996 by guitar and amp technician Joe Naylor.  The company is widely known for their unconventional construction methods and retro designs.

They may only offer two or three left handed Reverend guitars at a time, but we do get new models each year which is really nice to see and helps to keep things fresh. This year we’ve kept the Double Agent and Manta Ray HB from 2014, and also gained the beautifully colorful Jetstream 390.

Left Handed Reverend Guitars 2015

Left Handed Reverend Guitars 2015
From left to right: Double Agent, Manta Ray HB, Jetstream 390

Double Agent

Have you ever wanted the power and girth of a bridge humbucker, and the sweet/bluesy tone of a neck P-90 in one axe? Then this is your guitar. The two pickups complement each other perfectly, allowing you to switch seamlessly between two different tonal characters without losing volume or punch. And combined, they offer up a unique balls-meets-twang tone unlike anything else.

Left Handed Reverend Double Agent

  • BODY korina solidbody.NECK PROFILE medium oval.
  • NUT 1-11/16″ (43mm) width, graphite.
  • PICKUPS Special H bridge, CP90 neck.
  • FINGERBOARD rosewood or maple, 12″ radius.
  • CONTROLS volume, tone, bass contour, 3-way.
  • BRIDGE Wilkinson WVS50 IIK tremolo.
  • FRETS 22 medium jumbo.
  • STRINGS 10-46.
  • NECK maple, satin amber finish.
  • TRUSS ROD dual action, headstock access.
  • CASE S-Case (available separately).
  • SCALE 25-1/2″.
  • TUNERS Reverend pin-lock.

Manta Ray HB

Warm and lively, with the acoustic richness and overtones of a full size semi-hollow. Round enough for jazz, but this ray can sting too, with plenty of sustain and attack for rock and blues. The 1-3/4? thick body is slim and manageable and the flat top has a clean, fresh look. Solid wood construction is featured throughout, with no plywood. The back, sides and center block are produced from one slab of Korina which is routed from the top, and capped with a solid maple flat top. Excellent sustain and attack are coupled with substantial resonance, for a complex and responsive tone.

Left Handed Reverend Manta Ray

  • BODY semi-hollow korina, solid maple top.
  • NECK PROFILE medium oval.
  • NUT 1-11/16″ (43mm) width, graphite.
  • PICKUPS Special H bridge, Special H neck.
  • FINGERBOARD rosewood, 12″ radius.
  • CONTROLS volume, tone, bass contour, 3-way.
  • BRIDGE tuneomatic with stop tail.
  • FRETS 22 medium jumbo.
  • STRINGS 10-46.
  • NECK three-piece korina.
  • TRUSS ROD dual action, headstock access.
  • CASE Large Two-Toned Teardrop Case (available separately).
  • SCALE 24-3/4″.
  • TUNERS Reverend pin-lock.

Jetstream 390

An amazing guitar for both clean and distorted tones with enough twang for surf, but thick enough for rock.

Left Handed Reverend Jetstream 390

  • BODY korina solidbody.
  • NECK PROFILE medium oval.
  • NUT 1-11/16″ (43mm) width, graphite.
  • PICKUPS CP90 bridge, CP90 middle/neck.
  • FINGERBOARD rosewood or maple, 12″ radius.
  • CONTROLS volume, tone, bass contour, 5-way.
  • BRIDGE Wilkinson WVS50 IIK tremolo.
  • FRETS 22 medium jumbo.
  • STRINGS 10-46.
  • NECK maple, satin amber finish.
  • TRUSS ROD dual action, headstock access.
  • SCALE 25-1/2″.
  • TUNERS Reverend pin-lock

Reverend Website

What’s not to love about the Reverend website? Plenty of information, tons of high quality images, and most importantly – a clearly defined lefty section!  If you’re after a left handed Reverend guitar, it will be easy to find on their website. They are one of the few brands that has an entry in our lefty guitar database for every single year we’ve been running.

For more information:
Reverend Guitars Website

3 replies
  1. Nuno
    Nuno says:

    I like these guitars, but in my opinion that should made the Six Gun as left handed.

    Probably they increase the sales in left handed models.

    I contacted Reverend and they simple told me that is not possible only these 2 options.

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