Reville LX-19 Series Solid Body Mahogany Electric Guitar - Green Burst

(1 review) Write a Review
Free Shipping

The prestigious LX-19 series from Reville provides you with an amazing tone, an intricate construction, and a classic appearance.   Among the LX-19's most impressive features are its solid mahogany body and set mahogany neck.  Together, they create amazing resonance with a sweet, warm tone that is also capable of providing bite for more aggressive music genres.

Whether you play lead or rhythm, the LX-19 can adapt to your playing style.  Equipped with two humbuckers, a 3 way switch, and two volume and tone knobs, you'll have the versatility you need for a variety of music styles including blues, classic rock, and hard rock.  The LX-19's double-cutaway design allows you to reach the highest frets with ease on your solos.

This LX-19 is available in Reville's signature green burst finish while the accenting chrome hardware adds a touch of class to its stunning appearance.

  • Model: Reville LX-19 Mahogany Electric Guitar
  • Body: Solid Mahogany
  • Finish: Green Burst
  • Neck: Set Mahogany - Adjustable Truss Rod
  • Fretboard: 22 Fret Rosewood with Trapezoid Inlays
  • Bound Headstock
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Bridge: Tune-O-Matic
  • Pickguard: Black
  • Pickups: Two Humbuckers
  • Switch & Controls: 3 Way Pickup Selector, 2 Volume & 2 Tone Knobs
  • Scale Length: 24.75"
  • Full Length (Including Strap Button): 39.25"
  • Width at Widest Point: 13"
  • Body Thickness at Thickest Point: 1.25"
  • Body Weight: 8 lbs.
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

1 Review Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 5
    Amazon Review by G. Putman

    Posted by G. Putman on Jun 2nd 2018

    I would have to say that the build quality is outstanding for a $200 guitar. The frets are finished well, and there are no sharp ends at all. The bound rosewood board is finished very nicely, and is pretty dark in color. The inlay work is flawless. The relief in the neck was good, and intonation was near spot on (only the G string being a wee bit off). The action is reasonably low with minimal buzzing (about 1/8" at 12th fret). I think after tweaking, I can get it to be a real player. The neck is pretty chunky, but not quite baseball bat-like. The nut is cheap plastic, but seems to be cut fairly well. The tuners are no great shakes, but are okay. I imagine that if I get a good deal on some 18:1 Grovers someday, I will replace these, but really, I am in no hurry to do this. Bridge is pretty cheap, but not bad, and well, it's a $200 guitar. I imagine I will slap something else on there sometime. The mini pots seem to work fine, even though I will eventually change them out for full size ones and rewire the whole guitar with a 50's style wiring scheme. There is plenty of room in the control cavity to be able to install full size pots. The switch is better than what I was expecting for a guitar at this price point. Instead of the expected and dreaded box switch, they opted for an Asian Switchcraft-style switch, similar to what you get in the Agile's these days. The ceramic humbuckers sound very hot to me, but still pretty decent. I bet they are similar to what Rondo put in the Agile AL-2000's. I am sure they will be yanked, as I almost always yank pickups to put my own thing in.

    Cosmetically, it is beautiful. The solid Mahogany body has a very deep green burst with very dark edges, that goes around the back. So, the top is green, but the sides, back and back of the neck are essentially black. It looks very sharp. The poly finish is thin and not really thick and glassy looking. The weight is heavy for an SG-style guitar....about 8.2 LBS. The body seems to be a little thicker than a SG, being 1 3/8" at it's thickest point.

    Anyways, I highly recommend this guitar to anyone looking for a rock solid entry-level bargain, or a solid guitar to use as a modding platform.