#1
What are your opinions on lowerend Carvin guitars, such as the http://www.carvin.com/products/gis.php?guitarType=SB&serial=88512
http://www.carvin.com/products/gis.php?guitarType=SB&serial=88518
http://www.carvin.com/products/gis.php?guitarType=SB&serial=88556
http://www.carvin.com/products/gis.php?guitarType=SB&serial=84569

Do they live up to the CArvin name? Will I be getting a killer bang for the buck?

I play grunge mixed with old style punk, Funk (RHCP Style), Classic Rock, Some BETTER modern rock (Shinedown, Silvertide, Etc.)
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#2
They aren't exactly that low end, I'd say they are around 'middle end'.

The last one looks really sweet.
#3
I've also been looking at getting one of there customizable ones, though the price on those adds up rather quickly
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#5
Wiat. USA strats as in Highway one or the American Signature models.
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#7
You mean the Highway ones that use the sameparts as Mex Standered of actual USA built that have better parts thenthe standereds.
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#9
Ah. That cleaers some things up.
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