Michael Nalisnik's Collection

This is an impressive collection of Carvin basses, with a couple of early 90's models, and a trio of outstanding Bunny Brunel models. 

First is Michael's LB20 (left), which is a 1993 model (that he bought to replace a '91 model that was stolen at a gig in NYC).  It's finished in Sapphire Blue on maple with a tung-oiled neck, and has black hardware with Sperzel tuners.

Next is a 1992 LB75 (near right).  It's finished in Emerald Green on maple with a tung-oiled neck.  Other options include black hardware and Sperzel tuners.

On the far right is Michael's 2004 BB75PF.  It has a mahogany body, 5-piece maple/walnut neck, and is finished in Vintage Yellow on quilted maple.  It has the J99/HB pickup configuration with a coil splitter for the HB, and a piezo bridge.  Hardware is black.

This is Michael's newest addition - a stunning 2005 BB76P.  One of the nicest tops I've ever seen on a Carvin - in this case figured walnut with a matching headstock.  The body is also walnut, with a 5-piece maple/walnut neck and Birdseye maple fingerboard.  Electronics consist of a pair of HB-Series humbuckers with coil splitters for each and a piezo bridge.  Black hardware rounds out the package.

This is a 2004 BB75P.  It has a koa body, flamed koa top with matching headstock, and 5-piece maple/koa neck.  The electronics consist of the HB/J99 combo with HB coil splitter and piezo bridge.  It also has stainless steel frets and gold hardware.