Reverend Guitars Introduces Mercalli 4 Bass

Reverend Guitars used the NAMM Show this year as an opportunity to introduce a 4-string version of their Mercalli bass. The bass had previously only been available as a 5-string.

Reverend Guitars Mercalli 4 Bass - full view

The Reverend Mercalli 4 is built with a korina body and a five-piece maple and walnut neck that’s finished in a satin amber. It comes with several options, including a rosewood or maple fretboard and the choice of three colors: Metallic Copper Fire, Violin Brown Burst Flame Maple, and Violin Brown.

Similar to the 5-string, the “4” is fitted with the company’s Thick Brick pickup in the bridge position and the Split Brick in the neck position. Its controls are Volume, Tone, and a pickup pan knob.

The Reverend Mercalli 4 will be available with a retail price of $1,079.

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Reverend Guitars Mercalli 4 Bass Specs:

Neck:5-piece Maple/Walnut
Neck Finish:Satin Amber
Neck Profile:Medium Oval
Fingerboard Radius:12”
Frets:22 Medium Jumbo
Tuners:Open Gear
Bridge:String-Thru-Body or Top-Load, 3/4” Spacing
Pickups:Thick Bridge, Split Brick
Controls:Volume, Tone, Pickup Blend

For more information:
Reverend Guitars

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  1. These are beautiful! I love Reverend guitars, they are something different in an industry that is so clouded by the same old same old.

  2. I love Reverends! I have a Brad Hauser 5 and a Rumblefish 4 and I will never oart with them! Great playing sounding basses. I would like to try one of these out though. :)

  3. jorge

    Where are these made?