Wednesday, December 13

Carvin Synth Guitar

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                Some of its guitars features stack knobs, a switch that activates the synth, plus made with mahagony construction, and no bolt-on neck. See and hear the NS-1 or SH575 nylon synth guitar and check its performance.

                Looking to a model of Carvin, the SH575 is a semi-hollow carved top guitar that’s loaded with new features, including a hand-selected mahogany body and neck and a beautifully carved 4A flamed maple top. This is a true carved-top instrument and not a bent top like most arch top music gadget. Equipped with Acclaimed GraphTech Synth Access electronics this allows to connect the SH575 to a synth controller to emulate flutes, bass, orchestras and virtually any instrument. Carvin’s metal-covered S22 pickups are custom wound with classic plain enamal wire to bring out the sustain and rich tone of this guitar, while adding to its cool exceptional looks. The unique heel design and Rapid Play neck ensures comfortable playability, and lower body cutaway allow uninhibited access up to the 22nd fret.

                Standard Features: Premium mahogany body & set-in neck, Matching 4A flamed maple headstock, 24K gold plated Carvin headstock logo,  Highest quality 4A 20mm thick flamed maple carved top, 25″ scale ebony fingerboard with abalone dot inlays, 22 medium-jumbo frets, S22J & S22T metal-covered humbuckers, Sperzel locking tuners, Master volume, 3-way pickup selector, Graph Tech pre-amp, stacked, volume for Hexaphonic MIDI access & piezo, stacked treble & bass cut/boost, stacked mid cut/boot & sweep, dual 1/4″, Master volume/tone control with coil splitter & 3-way pickup selector, outputs, 13-pin Hexaphonic MIDI-compatible output,  Deep triple step finish, Finished on the top wood & headstock only.


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