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  • !SOLD! FS: Carvin DC200 Stereo

    Quite honestly, I never play it and it could use a more loving home. I'm sure you all know the stats but:

    The Stats
    Carvin DC200 Stereo
    Neck Through Body with Maple Sides (heavy as hell)
    Ebony Fretboard with Mother of Pearl Block Inlays
    "Pointy" Carvin Headstock
    Dark blue with gold hardware
    Original Floyd Rose Tremelo
    Phase switch, coil taps for both humbuckers and a 3 way selector
    Optional rounded horns

    The Good
    Frets are in good condition for its age, no dead spots or buzzing
    Rare guitar that you aren't going to see anytime soon
    Early to mid 90's build date
    Stock Carvin M22/M22SD (not sure which) pickups sound awesome
    Made in the USA!!!!

    The Bad
    Players condition
    Was used right-handed by a sadistic bastard

    $600 plus shipping to the CONUS. Pictures on the main LGT.C page in the gallery.

  • #2
    $500 needs a home

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    • #3
      If this is still here around the end of August, I want it, I knew as soon as I pulled the trigger on a Splawn, guitars would start popping up on here.

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      • #4
        still got this? lol..I was alot bit off when I said August

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        • #5
          Is this the same guitar that was/is being sold on Harmony Central for $400?
          blah blah blabbidy blah

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          • #6
            Yes, the same. Need to make room for my BC Rich. BUMP

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            • #7
              Pm sent your way

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              • #8
                Wow, just found this website.

                Do you still have this for sale?
                www.timmirth.com
                www.reverbnation.com/timmirth
                www.facebook.com/redsidevisible
                Grew up on metal, studied jazz and classical guitar in college and got an electrical engineering degree, so that's how I think and sound.

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                • #9
                  yes sir! It is indeed still for sale.

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                  • #10
                    Cool. Hmm...out of curiosity what's the scale length on that? I just got a nice G&L, but just can't getused to the shorter scale. Is it 25.5?

                    Thanks again.
                    www.timmirth.com
                    www.reverbnation.com/timmirth
                    www.facebook.com/redsidevisible
                    Grew up on metal, studied jazz and classical guitar in college and got an electrical engineering degree, so that's how I think and sound.

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                    • #11
                      it is 25 inch scale

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                      • #12
                        It looks like an 1988 or 1989 model to me.I'm pretty sure the maple neck thru body with maple sides was only made for those 2 years.Just my 2 cents.I have been wrong before.I think its pretty damn nice.
                        Last edited by Texas Lefty; 05-23-2012, 10:14 PM.

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                        • #13
                          Hmm. Never actually had a 25" scale. I'll have to think about it a bit. Thanks! I do like my Carvin I have right now a lot, would be nice to have a sibling.
                          www.timmirth.com
                          www.reverbnation.com/timmirth
                          www.facebook.com/redsidevisible
                          Grew up on metal, studied jazz and classical guitar in college and got an electrical engineering degree, so that's how I think and sound.

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                          • #14
                            It would indeed.Those maple on maple carvins were built to last and if it is the late 80's model that it seems to be,its a hidden gem from that time.Being it was only made that way for 2 years.Snap that thing up so your other carvin will have some good company.I wish i new the serial number,so it would help put my mind at ease.
                            Last edited by Texas Lefty; 05-24-2012, 05:13 PM.

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                            • #15
                              So how much is this? there's $500 here and $400 on HC... what's the correct figure?

                              Is there a case? Is the price incl. shipping?

                              Do you know if the finish is nitro or poly? It looks like it could do with an overhaul Is that a 'real' Floyd Rose, or a 'licensed by'?

                              Also, do you know the fingerboard radius? Are the tuners Sperzels or something else? (I'm not sure if Carvin were using Sperzel in the 80s).

                              basically, all the nerdy information you have, please
                              Last edited by Goodcleanfun; 05-26-2012, 09:47 AM.

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