Kiesel and Carvin Guitars Custom Shop Introduces Chambered Body Option

The option is available on CT624 and CT7 California Carved Top electric guitars.

San Diego, CA (October 15, 2015) -- The Kiesel Guitars/Carvin Guitars Custom Shop has added our chambered body option (CMB) to our popular CT624 and CT7 California Carved Top electric guitars. Cosmetically, there's no difference in versions with CMB and without, because the chambering is concealed under the top wood. However, chambering the body can reduce the overall weight of an instrument by as much as a half-pound. While that may not sound like much, you'll be able to tell the difference after a few hours on stage or in rehearsal.

Many guitarists are always searching for the lightest instrument possible, and have even avoided quality tone woods such as mahogany and walnut because of the perceived weight issues. With the CMB option, you can order a guitar made from one of these heavier woods that will still come in on the lighter side of the scale than the average instrument, and wind up with a guitar that will be a pleasure to play, especially for extended sessions.

Custom Shop carved top guitars are made from the highest quality components and materials by our skilled USA craftsmen. With hundreds of available options, you can order your new guitar exactly the way you want it, regardless of your playing style or genre.

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