Yamaha Launches the New Revstar Series of Electric Guitars Blending Yamaha Craftsmanship and Japanese Engineering Technology with a Custom Motorcycle Design
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The flagship RSP20CR model is made in Japan with custom parts and fully embodies the Café Racer concept. Copper pick guards wear over time as the guitar is played naturally creating a unique look for each player. Craftsmen-selected and -calibrated parts and Yamaha's unique Initial Response Acceleration (I.R.A.) technology give it a maturesound and easy playability from the first day.
The RS820CR extends the RSP20CR's design while balancing cost and performance and features an aluminum pickguard and the same TonePros bridge as the RSP20CR.
The RS720B model is a classic design look featuring a flamed maple top with a steel wool finish and Bigsby tremolo arm. The model is optimized for a clear sound with a custom-made Tron-type pickup and locking tuner.
The RS620 has a flamed maple top with a steel wool finish and comes with a custom wraparound bridge for maximum effectiveness transmitting string vibration to the body.
The RS502T offers a custom P-90 pickup and custom aluminum floating tailpiece for a unique sound and strong stage presence.
The RS502 has a distinct design with a steel wool finish and comes with a custom P-90 pickup and the same wraparound bridge as the RS620.
The RS420 is the Revstar series base model and comes with two humbucking pickups and a neck and fretboard specially designed for easy playing. A Dry Switch gives the model the versatility for a wide range of music styles.
The RS320 provides a full sound from an open humbucking pickup and no body cut. The neck and fretboard were specially designed for easy playing, making it an ideal model for beginning guitarists.