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Yamaha Revstar PSP02T Gen2 Professional P90 Guitar w/Case in Swift Blue

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Yamaha Revstar PSP02T Gen2 Professional P90 Guitar w/Case in Swift Blue

Originally launched in 2015, Revstar was the first new electric guitar series from Yamaha in over a decade. A completely new lineup for 2022 offers three tiers, chambered bodies on every model, new racing-inspired finishes, new switching options, and left-handed models.

The Japanese-made RSP02T features carbon reinforcement in the neck and chambered body, dual P90-style pickups, 5-way switching, and a Focus Switch, providing exceptional versatility.

CHAMBERED BODIES
Every new Revstar features a chambered body designed with Yamaha’s Acoustic Design process to sculpt tone and increase resonance while reducing weight and optimising balance.

5-WAY SWITCHING
Standard and Professional models offer 5-way switching. In positions 2 and 4, our circuit slightly delays the opposite pickup for a new take on classic “in between” sounds.

FOCUS SWITCH
The push/pull Focus Switch on Standard and Professional models activates a passive boost that darkens highs while increasing bass and mids for an effect like overwound pickups.

CARBON REINFORCEMENT (Standard and Professional models only)
Revstar Standard and Professional models feature carbon-reinforced necks. Professional models also add carbon reinforcement to the body for weight relief, vibration transfer, and tone shaping.

DRY SWITCH
Revstar Element models feature our push/pull Dry Switch high-pass filter circuit that was first introduced with the original Revstar series.

INITIAL RESPONSE ACCELERATION (I.R.A.)
Revstar Professional guitars receive Yamaha’s I.R.A. treatment process which applies specifics vibrations to release stresses in the instrument for a “played in” tone.