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Does Carvin have this?

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  • Does Carvin have this?

    A DC or SC with 'wings' (neck thru, the body part down through the bridge and pickups and one color/material, and the 'wings' are a diffent)?
    <div class="signaturecontainer"><font size="1"><b>Guitars:</b><br />
    - Gibson Les Paul Standard '85<br />
    - Fender MIJ '52 Esquire<br />
    - 50s Homebuilt Tele<br />
    - Baritone Tele<br />
    <br />
    <b>Basses:</b><br />
    <br />
    - Rickenbacker 4001 '64<br />
    - Gibson Grabber<br />
    - Gibson G3<br />
    <br />
    <b>Amps:</b><br />
    - Marshall 1965B<br />
    - Peavey 2x10<br />
    - Sunn 200S</font></div>

  • #2
    yes, because carvin makes neck-through instruments.....

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    • #3
      Alright, then show me a picture of one.
      <div class="signaturecontainer"><font size="1"><b>Guitars:</b><br />
      - Gibson Les Paul Standard '85<br />
      - Fender MIJ '52 Esquire<br />
      - 50s Homebuilt Tele<br />
      - Baritone Tele<br />
      <br />
      <b>Basses:</b><br />
      <br />
      - Rickenbacker 4001 '64<br />
      - Gibson Grabber<br />
      - Gibson G3<br />
      <br />
      <b>Amps:</b><br />
      - Marshall 1965B<br />
      - Peavey 2x10<br />
      - Sunn 200S</font></div>

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Mr_GoodBomb
        Alright, then show me a picture of one.






        DC727, sold it a few days ago.

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        • #5
          http://www.carvin.com/guitars-in-stock/big/63891b.jpg

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          • #6
            Those are both super strats. I asked about the DC, SC, or the TL for that matter. Hence the question.
            <div class="signaturecontainer"><font size="1"><b>Guitars:</b><br />
            - Gibson Les Paul Standard '85<br />
            - Fender MIJ '52 Esquire<br />
            - 50s Homebuilt Tele<br />
            - Baritone Tele<br />
            <br />
            <b>Basses:</b><br />
            <br />
            - Rickenbacker 4001 '64<br />
            - Gibson Grabber<br />
            - Gibson G3<br />
            <br />
            <b>Amps:</b><br />
            - Marshall 1965B<br />
            - Peavey 2x10<br />
            - Sunn 200S</font></div>

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            • #7
              Does Carvin offer different neck profiles?

              I've heard their necks described as wide, thin, and flat, and they sound like they're designed for shred.

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              • #8
                Those ARE DC guitars. The first one is a DC727 and the second one is a DC127.

                Carvin offers different neck profiles, but only for different guitar styles. For example, the DC series neck are thinner than the CT series necks which are thinner than the Holdsworth series necks.

                If you're talking about a double cutaway and single cutaway, check out the TL60 and SC90.
                <div class="signaturecontainer">Carvin DC145C<br />
                Gibson Vintage Mahogany Les Paul<br />
                Carvin C980T<br />
                Marshall JCM 800 2203x (Metro Modded to JMP 2203)<br />
                Mojo Marshall Straight 4x12 w/ G12-65s<br />
                Carvin X100B Series IV Combo</div>

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                • #9
                  I'm talking about TLs, SCs, and DC150s.
                  <div class="signaturecontainer"><font size="1"><b>Guitars:</b><br />
                  - Gibson Les Paul Standard '85<br />
                  - Fender MIJ '52 Esquire<br />
                  - 50s Homebuilt Tele<br />
                  - Baritone Tele<br />
                  <br />
                  <b>Basses:</b><br />
                  <br />
                  - Rickenbacker 4001 '64<br />
                  - Gibson Grabber<br />
                  - Gibson G3<br />
                  <br />
                  <b>Amps:</b><br />
                  - Marshall 1965B<br />
                  - Peavey 2x10<br />
                  - Sunn 200S</font></div>

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                  • #10
                    how the hell is the DC line by carvin not a double cutaway?
                    Call me crazy, but Id bet the the DC stands for doublt cutaway
                    <div class="signaturecontainer"><b><font size="6"><font face="Impact">TAKE THAT MANDY MOORE!</font></font></b><br />
                    and rogue agent of the SG Army<br />
                    Uberschall Uber Alles<br />
                    <img src="http://img3.harmony-central.com/acapella/ubb/Totally_jammin_out.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Jammin'" class="inlineimg" /></div>

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                    • #11
                      errrrrr the pictures were of the DC727....... check out the carvin gallery or guitars in stock.

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                      • #12
                        errrrrr the pictures were of the DC727....... check out the carvin gallery or guitars in stock.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by No Soul
                          how the hell is the DC line by carvin not a double cutaway?
                          Call me crazy, but Id bet the the DC stands for doublt cutaway


                          No ****************, and I was speaking of the DC150. Oh, no. I made a mistake. Stop following me the **************** around and being a prick in general if you have nothing constructive to add.
                          <div class="signaturecontainer"><font size="1"><b>Guitars:</b><br />
                          - Gibson Les Paul Standard '85<br />
                          - Fender MIJ '52 Esquire<br />
                          - 50s Homebuilt Tele<br />
                          - Baritone Tele<br />
                          <br />
                          <b>Basses:</b><br />
                          <br />
                          - Rickenbacker 4001 '64<br />
                          - Gibson Grabber<br />
                          - Gibson G3<br />
                          <br />
                          <b>Amps:</b><br />
                          - Marshall 1965B<br />
                          - Peavey 2x10<br />
                          - Sunn 200S</font></div>

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Mr_GoodBomb


                            No ****************, and I was speaking of the DC150. Oh, no. I made a mistake. Stop following me the **************** around and being a prick in general if you have nothing constructive to add.

                            Hey, calm the hostility.
                            Just because you live in West Virginia don't take it out on the rest of us.

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                            • #15
                              ......ANYWAY....

                              TL and SC are both neckthrough so it hsould have wings. because if it doesn't the body will be 4 inches wide. too bad the carvin site doesn't have the shot of the back of the guitars.

                              here's a pic of the back of an SC90....


                              google sure does come in handy.

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