Robben Ford acoustic guitar

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  1. espinete

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    Its a Carvin. Really.
     
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    Thanks. Carvin ac175, ac275 or ac375 are similar but they're not the same one. I can't see normal Carvin logo on headstock, bridge, pickguard, Robben's guitar has not sound hole
     
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    Ok, thanks anyway
     
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    Well, Robben is one of my guitar heroes and i'm sure he can play with anthing but he's currently playin' dumbles for example. Everybody knows you can buy a car for the price of one Dumble amp.
    I practise everyday very hard. I know most important think is keep practising and learning, but i also love guitars. I've got a Martin that i like a lot for rhythm but not punch and bright enough in the high end.
    I like Robben's acoustic tone in that album.
    I thought the information i'm tryin' to get would be at thegearpage.net but i couldn't find it. That's the sense of this thread.
    Cheers
     
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    That's model-T nylon made by Toru Nittono.
    Carlos Santana uses same model too.
    He is exceptional builder.

    http://nittonoguitars.com/
     
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    That's the guitar !!
    thank you so much
     

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