This is a
great looking TL60. Bob says:
"I received the TL60 on 11/19/04. Tweed case,
flame top, sunsetburst, birdseye fretboard, abalone dots, flame
headstock overlay, white Carvin logo, cream pickups, string saver
saddles, stock wiring (not active). The neck and headstock finished
natural clear. Great sound. Great looks. The workmanship on this guitar
The amp is '81 or '82. XV112E, and
matching extension cab. Three 12AX7's, four 6L6's, EV12L
speakers.60/100 watt selector switch."
also has a great '82 DC200K - see it
a 2001 model TL60T, which has very nice upgrades. It has a
mahogany body with flamed maple top finished in Vintage Yellow. It
also has a matching reverse-inline headstock, birdseye maple fingerboard
with no inlays, black chrome hardware and tortoiseshell binding.
Carvin BBS ID: Triton76
another fully-loaded TL60, in this case, a 2003 model,
finished in cherry sunburst on flamed maple with
matching headstock and mahogany body. Other features
include an ebony fingerboard with abalone block inlays,
tortoiseshell body binding, tung-oiled neck, a Wilkinson
tremolo and chrome hardware. Electronics consist
of C22B and H22N pickups with series/parallel switch and
3-way bridge coil splitter.
Carvin BBS ID: LostInDaJungle
This is a very
cool TL60 - one of the more unusual ones Carvin has produced.
It's a 2005 model, with a swamp ash body finished in deep purple
stain, but what really sets this one apart is that it has a
Holdsworth headstock, which looks really good with the TL body
style. Other features include an ebony fingerboard with
dot inlays, hardtail bridge and gold hardware. Electronics
consist of an AP11 single coil in the neck position, a TBH60
Twinblade in the middle, and a C22B in the bridge position.
Carvin BBS ID: PianoMan
another really nice TL60; a 2005 model. It's
finished in deep triple-step Ruby Red on quilted
maple with a matching inline headstock and natural
body binding. The body is mahogany, and the
neck is a five piece maple/mahogany style, with 3
stripes of mahogany and 2 of maple. Other
features include no inlays on the ebony fingerboard,
jumbo frets, string saver saddles, and C22 zebra
humbuckers with coil splitters.
||Jim Brown's TL60T
Jim's 2006 TL60T, which is finished in blueburst on
flamed maple with matching headstock. It has dual
C22 humbuckers with a Fishman piezo pickup on the
Wilkinson tremolo, and active electronics with coil
splitters and phase switching. Other features
include a maple fingerboard, tung-oiled neck, stainless
steel frets and black chrome hardware.
Brent Finelle's TL60
Here's an early TL60, probably from 1993 or 1994
(the TL60 debuted in '93). It has a koa
neck and body, with a quilted maple top and
matched reverse inline headstock finished in
clear gloss. It also has gold hardware,
abalone block inlays and M22 pickups.
Chip picked up
this TL60 used back in the early 1990's. Based on the serial number and
when Chip bought it, this may be one of the earliest TL60s made. It's
finished in tobacco sunburst on mahogany, with black chrome hardware.
Chip also has an
early 1990's LB75 - see it right here.