Carvin Bolt Satin Natural 1997 USA Used Electric Guitar
The new Bolt took the best features of many guitars and put them into one. Although there is a physical resemblance to a Fender Stratocaster, it is only a resemblance. The Bolt, called that because it was a bolt-neck guitar, used all the same high-quality materials of Carvin's other guitars and basses, and the same skilled craftsmen made them as made Carvin's top-of-the-line models.
Standard features on the Bolt included an alder body, 25½" scale, 22-fret tung-oiled hardrock maple neck with maple headstock overlay, Carvin premium tuners, ebony fingerboard and white multi-layer pickguard. Electronics consisted of 3 rear-mounted AP11 single coil pickups with single volume and tone controls, and a 5-way switch/mini-switch allowing all 7 pickup configurations.