For your consideration is a very nice 1981 Carvin DN612C made in the good ol' USA!!

This is a rare double neck guitar with pure mojo and amazing tone with the Super M22 pickups with 12 adjustable pole pieces per coil!!!... and not to mention sustain for days thanks to the glued on necks!! 

Each pickup has a coil tap switch and each neck has a phase switch as well as  two volumes (one for each pickup) and a master tone control. All electronics function as they should.

The body is made of eastern hardrock maple wood with some great figuring, especially on the back!! The fingerboard is made of select ebony.

One very cool thing about this is that it comes stock with two separate input jacks, just in case you want to rock out with two amps!!

This thing is all stock and beautiful!! It features the original brass nut and saddles and both necks are nice and straight with very low action with very minor fretwear.

There are a few nicks and dings and some minor buckle rash that is expected of an instrument that is 37 years old, but overall this is an absolute beauty!! 

These double necks don't come up for sale this often... especially in this price range so don't snooze on this one!! Once it's gone, it's gone!!
Comes with fully functional (ie latches/handle) original hard shell case in decent aesthetic condition with additional hard foam cut to form fit the guitar nice and snug!!

As with all vintage instruments a proper setup is recommended depending on your preference/playing 

Free shipping, fully insured via priority mail (or equivalent) anywhere in the 50 states!!

Listed3 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
  • DN612C
  • Natural
  • 1981
Made In
  • United States

Kyles Classics

Seneca, SC, United States
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