TOLEDO, OH (JANUARY 24, 2019) – Brad Houser and Reverend Guitars have collaborated on his second Reverend Signature Bass: The Reverend Basshouser Fatfish 32.  A semi-hollow bass with incredibly deep, rich tone.  A maple back adds clarity and punch, and a raised center ridge delivers all the resonant midrange that a bassist would want.  The tone from the P-Blade at the bridge is tight and growling.  Reverend’s brand-new Jazz Bomb pickup at the neck delivers rich and focused hum-free from the increased output and steel rails.  A set-neck bass with a reverse headstock, there are block inlays on the fretboard with entwined circles inlayed at the first fret. The bass comes in Midnight Black or Korina Burst.

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Brad Houser is a founding member of New Bohemians, and his bands Critters Buggin and Dead Kenny G’s have met with wide critical acclaim.  His first Reverend Signature was from the early 2000s and remains a sought-after collectable.

On all Reverend Basses, there is a Boneite nut, 5-piece neck, and Hipshot Ultralight Tuners.  Reverend’s lock-down bridge adds to the sustain. You can’t be different if you’re playing what everyone else is. Visit to start your journey towards being an individual.

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