Carvin ST300C Reviews
Beautiful Flame Maple Top and head stock
Tung Oil neck
Curley Maple Fretboard
I have been waiting to buy myself a present for the past few years. I have been raising kids, on my own, for the past 6 years and cant remember the last time I spent money on myself.
This was to be my Dream Guitar!'
Carvin is made in the USA and they look beautiful. I spent $1750.00 . I have been saving all year, little by little.
It took 6 weeks to arrive, and when it did, it was amazing! It looked beautiful in every way.
Yes! I got my Dream Guitar...I thought.
The hi E string pops of the board when you do pull offs, or tapping and trem. Damn it! I have to send it back.
Here's the bad part; Carvin's tech didn't want to admit their guitar had a defect. He said, 'Just play softer.' Moron, I said to myself. He said he didn't know what to do. After numerous calls and a few weeks without them touching my 'Dream Guitar' the operator says the tech can't tald, but is going to refret the neck.
I call to see if its done. 'Dude, I can't fix it. Sorry,'
Don't let the looks of the guitar fool you. You do NOT want to go throught what I am going through right now.
Carvin should be making pool tables, or something other than a musical insterment.
I really had high hopes. Sure, I've heard some good reviews, but they never had to deal with Carvins absolute lack of standing behind their product and lack of customer service.Steveracer
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