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Because of all the activity involved in spinning off Kiesel Guitars into a separate entity, there weren't many changes in the actual instrument lineup. The 22-fret Carved Top CT6, CT4, CT3, and 24-fret CT624, CT424 and CT324 were basically unchanged, although a new acoustic bridge option was offered. This would be the last year of the "4" series models, as the "3" series could easily be optioned as a "4" by adding a plain maple top wood. The signature edition Neil Zaza NZ624 was also still offered. Also available was the CT7 and CT74 7-string carved top models. Like their 6-string counterparts, the CT7 was standard with a flamed maple top, and the CT74 was standard with a plain maple top. The CT7 Series would be discontinued in 2019. The 6-string carved top models are still availble to order from Kiesel Guitars, right here.
2015 had a huge selection of acoustic/electric instruments, although many of them would soon be retired to make was for new models. The AE185 and AE185-12 continued basically unchanged since their introduction in the mid-1990s. The AE185 is still available, here.
The passive LB20 remained Carvin's lowest-priced bass. The catalog showed a Pearl Blue LB20F fretless, with white fretlines on the fingerboard. Behind it is the standard LB20 in Classic White with matching headstock. Base price on this was $519.