Reville Q90 Series Solid Body Electric Guitar with P90s - Powder Blue

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Introducing the Reville Q90 electric guitar, a master of sleek appearance and punchy P90 goodness!  The most notable feature of the Q90 from Reville are the P90 pickups that provide versatile tone with a fat punch.  The Q90 features a smooth maple neck and an elegant rosewood fretboard. The vintage tremolo style bridge allows for accent flutters in jazz, blues, and light rock. Crank up the gain to overdrive the P90 pickups for more aggressive music styles.

This Reville Q90 features a stunning powder blue finish and a brown shell pickguard.

  • Model: Reville Q90 Electric Guitar
  • Body: Basswood
  • Finish: Powder Blue
  • Neck: Bolt-On Maple - Adjustable Truss Rod
  • Fretboard: 22 Fret Rosewood with Dot Inlays
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Bridge: Vintage Tremolo (Tremolo Bar Included)
  • Pickguard:  Brown Shell
  • Pickups: Two P90s
  • Switch & Controls: 3 Way Pickup Selector, 1 Volume & 1 Tone Knobs
  • Scale Length: 25.5"
  • Full Length (Including Strap Button): 40.5"
  • Width at Widest Point: 13"
  • Width of Neck at Nut: 1 11/16"
  • Body Thickness at Thickest Point: 1 11/16"
  • Body Weight: 8 lbs
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

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  • 5
    Fantastic Budget Offset

    Posted by Ed Canupp on Oct 31st 2018

    P90's crunch and growl and even sometimes HOWL, love the neck, sets up very well and has had maybe three tweaks of truss rod in almost 3 years. Beats out my Casino Coupe and Duo Sonic, fabulous Blues Machine.

  • 4
    Review from Amazon by Xiangqi

    Posted by Xiangqi on Jun 2nd 2018

    I've got one of these, and the P90s range through 'chime, 'spank', and 'chug' sounds. Definitely a great guitar for this price point.

  • 4
    Review from Amazon by JC

    Posted by JC on Jun 2nd 2018

    First off, it is a very cool looking guitar. The color scheme is perfect for this type of guitar. Secondly, and most importantly, it seems to be a fairly solid, well made guitar. A straight, playable neck with smooth frets, great sounding P-90 pickups, pickup selector switch and control knobs feel like they will hold up to use and tuners respond well. Overall, a nice little guitar.