Third generation of Kiesel family begins new era.

Following the relaunch of their website in January, CARVIN CORP. (d.b.a. Carvin Amps & Audio) is pleased to announce new executive leadership. Effective immediately, Joel Kiesel will serve as President and Kristen Kiesel Lieurance will serve as Vice President.

Joel and Kristen are the children of Carson Kiesel, who recently retired from his role as President, and grandchildren of founder Lowell Kiesel. They mark the third generation of the Kiesel family to head up the company. With the new leadership, the company will continue to offer new guitar, bass, and pro audio products including the Steve Vai Legacy Drive Preamp Pedal, EM900 In-Ear Monitor System, and the newly released X1 All Tube Preamp Pedal. Orders will be fulfilled from a new, centralized U.S. warehouse in order to offer faster service to customers nationwide. The company is now shipping direct worldwide to most countries.

“In the spirit of my grandfather and my father we will continue to offer great sounding gear for musicians and sound professionals,” says Joel. “We’re busy designing new products that will continue our legacy of quality and features that you’ve come to expect. Please join us as we launch into this new era of our company’s history!”

CARVIN CORP. was founded in 1946 by Lowell C. Kiesel and is based in San Diego, California. The company specializes in designing and selling premium amplifiers and audio equipment for the professional musician and sound engineer. Carvin Corporation is family owned and operated.

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