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Revelation RT45 Left Hand Semi Acoustic Guitar

Revelation RT45 Left Hand Semi Acoustic Guitar
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The RJT Series


Retro styling combined with modern ATN-5 circuitry gives the RJT series a ‘Wolf in sheep’s clothing’, appeal. The RJT is the ideal workhorse for musicians that demand a vast array of tones from their instrument without sacrificing aesthetics in the process



  • Model Name: RT-45
  • Scale Length: 25″
  • Series: Revelation Guitar
  • Colours: Metallic Blue/Black/Cherry/Tobacco Sunburst
  • Product code: 117765


  • Pickups: 2 x Entwistle HV58 Humbucker
  • Controls: 2 x Volume 2 x Tone
  • Pickup Selector: 3 Way Toggle
  • ATN Circutry: No
  • Coil Tap: No


  • Machine Heads: Revelation Vintage Style
  • Bridge / Tremelo: Tune-O-Matic Bridge with Stop Tail Piece
  • Scratchplate: Varies Depending on Body Colour
  • Control Knobs: Retro ‘Top Hat’


  • Body Style: Solid body
  • Body Material: Mahogany / Maple
  • Body Finish: Gloss
  • Left Hand: Yes – Tobacco Sunburst/Cherry


  • Neck Material: Mahogany
  • Neck Shape: C’ Profile
  • Fingerboard Material: Lignum-Rosa
  • Number of Frets: 22
  • Fret size: Medium
  • Nut Material: Nylon
  • Nut width: 43mm
  • Fret Markers: Dot


Reviews for Revelation RT45 Left Hand Semi Acoustic Guitar

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13th March, 2018
Rob smith, Warwickshire
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If you are thinking about buying this guitar because it looks like a Gibson Trini Lopez then you will be pleased to know that it sounds as good as it looks and if you consider the price then it is even way better than it looks!

Construction and finish is great. Out of the box it had low action, level frets and no buzzes anywhere. If I was critical (and I am) I could say that the strings drag when bending but this I expect to fix by a quick fret polish when I change the strings next. There is a slight run in the paint which is a shame but is only noticeable if a) you are fussy like me and b) you hold it up to the light looking for it. But basically it is a well-crafted guitar and unplugged you would never guess it was less than £500 let alone £300.

But plugging in is when it shines.

I have read about Alan Entwhistle pickups but never heard them other than on YouTube. They are bloody great pickups! Over the years I have learnt a lot about good/bad pickups and have owned a few cheap overwound pups that just fuzz with very little dynamics. In my bass guitars I have owned some very high end handwound pups that cost £200 each and are worth every penny. A good pickup makes an instrument.

These Entwhistle’s really sound like a handwounds. They burst with information and dynamics. Yes I’m more a bass player than a guitarist but these pickups make my MIM telecaster sound dull and two dimensional. It see an upgrade coming…..

It is unbelievable the quality of guitars now available at low prices. I have never been a name snob but with the likes of Revelation and Sire now available who would you spend ££££ on Gibson and Fender? Good time to be a player.