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I don't see a lot about Carvin guitars on here - and was recently looking through their acoustic-electrics, and found this one:

 

AC375 Thinline True Acoustic Electric Guitar

Carvin AC375 Thinline True Acoustic Electric Guitar

 

that I thought showed some promise.  Anyone have any experience with Carvin?

Here's a link to it:

http://www.carvinguitars.com/catalog/guitars/ac375

and the specs:

construction set neck
scale length 25.5"
body braced mahogany body and sides, X-braced AAA Engleman spruce top with multi-layer tortoiseshell body binding
neck mahogany with traditional (3 X 3) headstock
fingerboard ebony, 12" radius
inlays standard white dots
neck width 1 3/4"" wide @ nut, 2 5/16" wide @ 21st fret
hardware chrome
bridge ebony acoustic with TUSQ saddle
tuners Sperzel locking tuners
frets 21 medium-jumbo, .103 wide X .048 tall
pickups Fishman Acoustic Matrix
strings Elixir Nanoweb 12-53 bronze
electronics active Fishman Prefix Pro Matrix with master volume, notch filter, phase switch & battery status LED
dimensions 38.5" long, 14" wide body, 2.5" thick body
weight 4.75 lbs

 

Hopefully these links will remain - Carvin doesn't seem to like to share their links...

Enjoy - and please provide opinions! :-)

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Given the price, I doubt any of the woods are laminate...

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