How to Order Your Carroll Guitar
Carroll Guitars are currently available in 3 body styles:
A $500 deposit is required at the time of commission. Instruments must be paid in full prior to delivery. Shipping and Insurance are added to the final price. Upon start of your guitar we will stay in close contact throughout the building process and send photos documenting the various stages.
Once you receive your guitar you have a 48 hour grace period. You can return the guitar if it does not meet your expectations. Within this time frame if the guitar is returned in other than new condition and unable to sell then the return policy becomes null and void.
Basic Model $2700 (includes)
Your choice of Indian rosewood or Mahogany back and sides.
Sitka spruce soundboard with abalone or herring bone rosette.
Choice of wood or ivoroid bindings and purflings.
Ebony or Rosewood fretboard and bridge
Bone nut and bone saddle (compensated and intonated)
Bone bridge pins
Gotoh 510 tuners (gold add $50)
Honduran Mahogany neck
2 way adjustable truss rod
MOP fretmarker dots with mop side marker dots
High gloss lacquer finish
Cedar Creek case
Lifetime limited warranty to the original owner
Sample Wood Options
(email for current pricing)
Quilted Sapele Mahogany
Brazilian Rosewood (when available)
Body Design Options
Venetian Cutaway (rounded) $400
Florentine Cutaway (pointed) $500
MOP or Abalone top purfling inlay $250
MOP or Abalone back purfling $250
MOP or Abalone back center seam $100
Intricate Wood, MOP or Abalone rosette design (email inquiry)
Standard 1 11/16”, 1 ¾” NC
Custom widths available upon request NC
Headplate to match back and sides NC
Brazilian Rosewood Headplate $35
Madagascar Rosewood Headplate $20
Headplate inlay design (inquire email
Bound Headstock $50
Bound Headstock with purfling $100
Standard 2 1/8”, 2 ¼” spacing or customer preference NC
Brazilian Rosewood $50
Madagascar Rosewood $35
Brazilian Rosewood $75
Madagascar Rosewood $50
Bound Fretboard $50
It is the owner’s responsibility to maintain 40% - 55% relative humidity range for optimum life and playability of guitar.
We are not responsible for your guitar’s wood movement due to exposure to relative humidity out of the recommended range.