#4
Quote by stratdud39
yeah but its not too bad you could order one of those off of carvin for like 1,300 bucks
they sell them for 800-900 stock you no



Cool, thats what I didnt clue into since it seems to be just what I'm looking for. However, I am thinking that new sheet would be a nice treat if I deserve it in the future.


Which would you rather have. That Carvin or a top-o-da-line Les Paul from Gibby?
#6
Quote by DILtron3000
Which would you rather have. That Carvin or a top-o-da-line Les Paul from Gibby?

Personally, the Carvin.
There seems to be a bit more tonal range, and I love those necks.
#7
Quote by DILtron3000
Cool, thats what I didnt clue into since it seems to be just what I'm looking for. However, I am thinking that new sheet would be a nice treat if I deserve it in the future.


Which would you rather have. That Carvin or a top-o-da-line Les Paul from Gibby?


definitely a carvin, by far
#8
I really dig that guitar but a single cut made with the same materials would be even better.
#11
yea, especially for the price, carvin makes good guitars
Quote by illuminatiano
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#12
I'd get a Les Paul hands down (if it's ebony). But that's because of what kind of guitar looks I like - this Carvin thing is too 'polished' for me. I need something rough that can scratch and wear without regret.
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