Railhammer Chisel pickups are optimized for fat, punchy tone
An original design by Reverend Guitars founder Joe Naylor, Railhammer Chisel pickups are optimized for fat, punchy tone. Railhammer Chisel humbuckers utilize a rail magnet beneath your wound strings, the perfect choice for tight, punchy lows without mud or flubbiness. Beneath your plain strings, Railhammer pickups use pole pieces to enhance the fundamental of higher notes for a fatter sound.
Fine-tune your tone with the Bass Contour control
Guitarists at Sweetwater often wonder why more guitars don’t offer a bass roll-off control like the Sensei RA’s Bass Contour knob. Dial it back just a bit to tighten up your rhythm tones, or roll it back further to emphasize attack and presence. Or use it in conjunction with the standard tone control for mid-focused tones you normally couldn’t achieve without an EQ or filter pedal.
Pure Tone jack: a gig with confidence
The vast majority of guitar output jacks have just one single contact point for your cable’s plug, resulting in a common point of signal failure over years of use. That’s not the case with the Reverend Sensei RA’s innovative jack by Pure Tone Technologies, which features dual contact points that grip your guitar cable’s plug firmly. The last thing you need when you hit the stage is an intermittent signal caused by a worn-out jack, and that’s one less thing you’ll need to worry about thanks to the Sensei RA’s Pure Tone jack.
Reverend Sensei RA Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:
- Classic double-cutaway body style made from resonant Korina wood
- Railhammer Chisel humbuckers feature rail magnets beneath wound strings and poles beneath plain strings, for tighter lows and fatter highs
- Bass roll-off control tightens your tone by removing excess bass
- Pin-lock tuners allow for super-fast string changes
- Custom jack plate features 4 screws instead of two for long-term reliability
- Pure Tone jack features 2 contact points for a better, more reliable connection
- Built-in treble bleed circuit prevents muddy tone when rolling back your volume control