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Carvin launches the Xccelerator Series

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The Carvin Custom Shop debuts a brand new series of basses called Xccelerator with the X54 five-string model.

The Xccelerator X54 is already available and should soon be followed by the 4-string (X44) and 6-string (X64) basses. 

The Carvin Xccelerator series is the answer to many users who requested a new design and advanced features such as graphite neck reinforcement, deep cutaways, a new pickup configuration with a split-coil neck model and a new bridge humbucker, as well as active/passive electronics.

X54 Specifications:

  • 5-string bass
  • Alder body
  • Neck-through body design
  • Maple neck
  • Ebony fingerboard with 14” radius, 24 medium jumbo frets and a single MOP Diamond inlay at the 12th fret
  • Scale length: 34”
  • Nut width: 1.75” (3” at the 24th fret)
  • Carvin Premium tuners, 20:1 ratio
  • SCP split-coil neck pickup and RADVH Radius Top Alnico bridge humbucker
  • 18V active / passive electronics with volume, pickup blend, push/pull active/passive tone and concentrical knob for the high and low cut/boost
  • Hipshot A-Style bridge and string-through-body, 19mm spacing between strings
  • Chrome hardware

Visit http://www.carvin.com for more information about this new series.

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