|Pleasant Lindsey III's
Carvin BBS ID: Lindseyp
This is the epitome of a
Carvin Bolt - a great working musician's guitar. This has an alder
body in sapphire blue, with maple neck, ebony fingerboard, chrome
hardware and Wilkinson tremolo. Electronics consist of a C22T and
two AP11 pickups. This one is known as "Doreen".
This is a very nice and
unique 2004 model. Most obviously, it has an
unusual finish - clear with blackburst edges on swamp ash. Very
nice! Other features include tung-olied neck, birdseye maple
fingerboard, C22B & C22N zebra pickups with a coil-splitter for each,
and reverse inline headstock.
Pleasant's 2004 LB75. It's equipped with J99
pickups, and has en ebony fingerboard and chrome hardware. the neck is
maple, with some great flame in it, and the body is alder, also with some
very nice figure.
Below is Pleasant's first
Carvin; a 1995 DC127. He says:
"This is my first Carvin, a
1995 DC127 with M22T and M22N pickups, the FT6 bridge, maple neck through
poplar body wings, ebony fretboard, Tung oil neck. Bought it on a whim from
teh Carvin catalog while stationed in Korea that year. This guitar later
prevented me from buying more expensive guitars because head-to-head it
could duplicate or beat the sounds I was getting from the more expensive
ones. I don't know why I never submitted the photo. My little brother has it
in protective custody."