The Charvel Model 6 is one of the top line guitars of the Charvel Model series. It features a neck-through construction and active electronics (Jackson JE-1200 circuit). As oposed to the Charvel model 1, model 2, model 3 and model 4. The Charvel Model 6 features a neckthrough construction with a bound maple neck and poplar body. The 1986 version had a Kahler 2300 Pro Vibrato but as of 1987 the Model 6 featured a Jackson JT6 Floyd Rose tremolo. It is also said that the 1986 neck is slightly thinner than the neck of Charvels 6 models after 1987. Other features are
After production of the Charvel Model 6 ceased in 1989, the Charvel 650XL can be seen as the successor of this guitar.