Welcome to the Carvin Musical Instruments Museum, an all-inclusive history of Carvin Musical Instruments, including amplifiers, guitars and basses, as well as mandolins, steel guitars, pickups, and other gear Carvin has sold in their 50+ year history.  In addition to historical data, there are other features such as the In-Stock Archive, which shows several hundred actual basses and guitars from the Guitars-In-Stock section of Carvin.com.  The eBay section showcases interesting or unusual basses and guitars spotted on eBay.  You can also take the very informative Factory Tour, from the 80's, 90's and present day. 

QUESTIONS ABOUT A CARVIN?  Feel free to e-mail the webmaster, but you'll probably get a faster answer if you post a message in the Official Kiesel Guitars Forums, plus you'll be asking your question to a whole group of Carvin players with years of collective expertise.

SPECIAL NOTE: After nearly 20 years, the Carvin Museum will be closing in 2022. However, it will be replaced by the all-new Kiesel Guitar Museum, which is being curated by the same webmaster, and will therefore contain much of the same information, including updates to the recent years that are not shown here. There will be other improvements and streamlining taking place, and it's currently a work in progress. Nonetheless, you are invited to visit the new site, and watch as it comes together.

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