Top Carvin Reviews:
Carvin: DC400TElectric Guitars
Carvin: DC400T

Every aspect of the DC400T, from the AAA flamed maple top, to the quality abalone inlays and fine detailed fretwork is an expression of pride at Carvin. The elegance of the DC400 helps inspire passionate musicians to a higher level. Case purchase required for shipment of this guitar.

POSTED: 07/18/2008 - 01:02 am

9.3
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Carvin: DC200TElectric Guitars
Carvin: DC200T

The guitar is actually a DC200T - the T stands for "tremolo". It looks beautiful. I love everything about it but if I must chose one thing then it would be that you can wrench the tremolo arm around and when you release it, the guitar is still in tune.

POSTED: 12/20/2011 - 03:02 am

8.9
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Carvin: V220Electric Guitars
Carvin: V220

I mostly play hair metal, and this guitar is absolutely perfect for that style. It's also great for thrash, if that's your thing. It's not really noisy, just a little buzz. You can get this guitar to do pretty much whatever you want it to do.

POSTED: 02/21/2012 - 04:22 am

8.7
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Carvin: DC800Electric Guitars
Carvin: DC800

Just about any guitar can produce clear highs, but the DC800 produces very clear mids and, much to my surprise, very clear and growling lows - absolutely no muddiness.

POSTED: 08/28/2014 - 11:12 am

9.6
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Carvin: DC127CElectric Guitars
Carvin: DC127C

The best features of this high-quality guitar are the overall tone as well as it versatility.

POSTED: 12/06/2013 - 03:55 am

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Carvin: DC700Electric Guitars
Carvin: DC700

For being able to customize this thing to a T, I could not be more satisfied with the price and the overall quality of this masterpiece. Carvin seriously made my dream guitar.

POSTED: 11/08/2013 - 03:37 am

9.5
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Carvin: CT6MElectric Guitars
Carvin: CT6M

The Carvin CT6M is an outstanding guitar in every way. The craftsmanship, fit and finish, playability, and sound quality are all first-class. If you are looking to own a beautiful and versatile guitar, personalized to your individual taste at a reasonable price, this guitar will not disappoint.

POSTED: 08/30/2013 - 02:48 am

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Carvin: DC127MElectric Guitars
Carvin: DC127M

The DC127M is a 24 fret, neck through, solid body (Strat copy) design with dual humbuckers. The "M" in the model means that it has a Tune-O-Matic bridge with string through body design.

POSTED: 02/15/2013 - 02:46 am

8.6
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Carvin: SC90Electric Guitars
Carvin: SC90

The SC90 is, in a sense, Carvin's Les Paul, owing to its single-cutaway body, dual-humbucker configuration, 3-way toggle, and a pair of volume and tone controls.

POSTED: 12/17/2012 - 08:48 am

8.5
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Carvin: DC145MElectric Guitars
Carvin: DC145M

The Carvin DC145M is a neck thru, string thru HSH electric guitar. The 'M' in DC145M designates the string thru body and tune-o-matic bridge.

POSTED: 05/07/2012 - 05:13 am

8.8
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Carvin: V220Electric Guitars
Carvin: V220

I mostly play hair metal, and this guitar is absolutely perfect for that style. It's also great for thrash, if that's your thing. It's not really noisy, just a little buzz. You can get this guitar to do pretty much whatever you want it to do.

POSTED: 02/21/2012 - 04:22 am

8.7
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32
Carvin: DC200TElectric Guitars
Carvin: DC200T

The guitar is actually a DC200T - the T stands for "tremolo". It looks beautiful. I love everything about it but if I must chose one thing then it would be that you can wrench the tremolo arm around and when you release it, the guitar is still in tune.

POSTED: 12/20/2011 - 03:02 am

8.9
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Carvin: ST300CElectric Guitars
Carvin: ST300C

Neck through tung oil neck, Curley Maple Neck, Sperzal tuners, Flame Maple top, Floyd Rose, Active Electronics, BEAUTIFUL!

POSTED: 12/09/2010 - 03:32 am

5.7
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Carvin: DC400CElectric Guitars
Carvin: DC400C

Every aspect of the DC400 from the AAAA flamed maple tops, to the quality abalone inlays & fine detailed fretwork is an expression of pride at Carvin. The elegance of the DC400 helps inspire passionate musicians to a higher level.

POSTED: 11/19/2010 - 03:45 am

8.1
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Carvin: Bolt-TElectric Guitars
Carvin: Bolt-T

Overall this guitar is great in short. It suits many, many styles of music, very versatile, great for most things.

POSTED: 08/26/2010 - 02:48 am

8.5
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Carvin: DC747Electric Guitars
Carvin: DC747

It is a neck-through guitar with the carved heal for better access. It has 24 medium jumbo nickel frets, it has a 25.5 inch scale neck with a 14 inch radius.

POSTED: 02/08/2010 - 02:51 am

7.3
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Carvin: DC145Electric Guitars
Carvin: DC145

The DC145 is Carvin's 3 pickup (HSH), Strat-shaped, 6 string guitar. Made in the US at Carvin's shop. The features on this guitar are limitless.

POSTED: 01/13/2010 - 03:44 am

8.8
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Carvin: DC200Electric Guitars
Carvin: DC200

The active DC200 has tonal variations for both rhythm and lead. The 502G active module provides independent "boosting and cutting" of both the trebel and bass frequencies. You'll attain a whole new world of tonal opportunities with the DC200.

POSTED: 09/03/2009 - 03:13 am

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Carvin: GK1 Hardtail KitElectric Guitars
Carvin: GK1 Hardtail Kit

Fully constructed it has the same features as their Bolt model guitar which is, basically, their version of a Strat.

POSTED: 06/15/2009 - 04:03 am

9.7
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Carvin: DC400MElectric Guitars
Carvin: DC400M

Alder body wings on maple neck-through with flamed maple top, although you have available options for different neck and top woods. Schaller locking tuners make string changing a snap.

POSTED: 09/17/2008 - 04:06 am

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Carvin: DC400TElectric Guitars
Carvin: DC400T

Every aspect of the DC400T, from the AAA flamed maple top, to the quality abalone inlays and fine detailed fretwork is an expression of pride at Carvin. The elegance of the DC400 helps inspire passionate musicians to a higher level. Case purchase required for shipment of this guitar.

POSTED: 07/18/2008 - 01:02 am

9.3
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Carvin: DC135Electric Guitars
Carvin: DC135

Effortless playability to the 24th fret and great sustain are just two of the advantages of the DC135?s neck-through-body construction. The AP11 single coil pickups are superior both in output and sound quality. You get humbucking performance when playing through the two AP11?s or all 3 pickups together. For lead playing the C22B bridge pickup has the perfect blend of sustain and drive.

POSTED: 05/26/2006 - 03:27 am

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Carvin: DC727Electric Guitars
Carvin: DC727

The transition to the DC727 seven string is easy since you are adding a low B to the existing six strings. The 24-fret fingerboard has a 25 1/2" scale length for great bottom end. The C26 seven string humbuckers are custom wound to give the DC727 its fat powerful tone.

POSTED: 03/29/2006 - 02:30 am

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