Museum Forums ID: bluespckr
an AC175 that has an unusual feature - a CT headstock. Probably
the first one made with this feature. Other options include a
quilted top with a clear gloss finish, medium-jumbo stainless steel
frets on an unadorned rosewood fingerboard and gold hardware. Paul
"I fell in love with my
bass guitarist's AC175 and played it to death on loan for about six
weeks. I had the chance to air his out at a worship service, and at a
blues gig with my bassist and the rest of my band up in Maine, and that
was all it took. I was instantly sold on this great, but often
overlooked member of the Carvin lineup. I ordered one and couldn't be
happier. The AC175 is a fun guitar to leave out and noodle around on.
It's a definite keeper, and so practical."
Paul also has a 2006 SC90
- see it right here.
This is a beautiful 2006
model AC375. It's finished in clear gloss on quilted maple with a
matching headstock. The body and neck are mahogany, and the
fingerboard is ebony with mother-of-pearl block inlays. Gold
hardware rounds out the package.