The 90's started with 3 basic bass models, but would expand to 11 models by the end of the decade, including Carvin's first-ever signature model, the Bunny Brunel, as well as acoustic/electrics, bolt-necks, and multi-string models.  A wide variety of finishes, hardware, woods and other options would appear throughout the decade, leading up to the modern Carvin bass.  The marketing would go through a variety of changes as well, from landscape-oriented guitar-only catalogs, to the modern, smaller catalog in use through 2003.

In 1996, Carvin would celebrate it's 50th Anniversary, and would release an Anniversary model bass to commemorate the event.  Also in the 90's, Carvin would pack up, and relocate to their current facilities in San Diego.

Click a pick below to see the models for that year.