Reverend Guitars Introduces the Sentinel Short-Scale Bass

Reverend Guitars Sentinel Basses

Reverend Guitars will be unveiling a new bass model at the 2020 Winter NAMM Show called the Sentinel. The short-scale bass is described as “thick sounding [and] professional grade.” It’s fitted with the company’s P-Blade pickup on a raised center ridge, but designer Joe Naylor added a little extra for tonal variety.

“The innovative Joe Naylor designed 3-way voicing switch offers three distinct tonal variations: bright, normal, and deep,” Reverend writes. “Coupled with an elegantly simple control layout, the Reverend Sentinel offers up a broad palette of tonal colors and unrivaled versatility, previously unheard of in a single-pickup bass.”

Similar to other Reverend basses, the Sentinel is built with a korina body, boneite nut, and five-piece walnut and korina neck. It’s finished with Hipshot Ultralight tuners.

The Reverend Guitars Sentinel comes in three colors: Black, Metallic Alpine, and Mulberry Mist. It will be debuted at the NAMM Show with a list price of $1,329.

Reverend Guitars Sentinel Bass Specs:

Neck:5-piece Korina/Walnut
Neck Profile:Medium Oval
Fingerboard:Pau Ferro
Fingerboard Radius:12″
Controls:Volume, Tone
Bridge:String-thru-body or Top-load, 3/4″ spacing
Tuners:Hipshot Ultralight, 1/2″ Dia. Shaft
Case:Bass Two-Toned Teardrop (Available Separately)

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