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Shop | Guitars | Bass | 4 String | Revelation RPJ77 Bass Guitar

Revelation RPJ77 Bass Guitar

Revelation RPJ77 Bass Guitar
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From £215.00 RRP £239.99
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Overview

Revelation is a cracking new brand designed by UK guitar guru Alan Entwistle that offers retro style guitars at amazing prices. He would not put his name to a product that wasn’t top notch.
Don’t let the pound signs fool you, these are a no compromise range of instruments that give a real bang for your buck.

Whether you prefer the two toned Sunburst or Metallic Red finish, it doesn’t really matter; the RPJ 77 is smooth, sleek and all about the looks. The gloss is made to dazzle!


For more information, please visit www.revelationguitars.co.uk

Specification

Colour(s):
Metallic Red
2 Tone Sunburst

Neck: Canadian Maple

Fingerboard: Rosewood

Body: Basswood

Pots: Smoothtrack

Bridge: Wilkinson

Nut: Graphtech

Hardware: Nickel

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12th September, 2016
Chafe, Leigh-on-Sea
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I cannot recommend Revelation's producs enough, they have really understood that not all musicians have thousands to spend on instruments.