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Collings D2H Traditional

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Price: $4,770.00

Condition: New
Item Code: 27581.

Product Description

The Traditional or “T” series guitars reflect Bill Collings’ return to his guitar making roots and offer a new tonal variation on the distinctive Collings sound. Each T series guitar is built using animal protein glue and a very thin all nitrocellulose lacquer finish, making them exceptionally dynamic and responsive. Here are the details: Natural, Square Shoulder 14 Fret Dreadnought body size, Sitka Spruce top, Custom Traditional series pre-war scalloped X bracing, No tongue brace, Custom Wood Rosette, Ivoroid binding with small Brown Herringbone purfling, 2 style Zipper backstrip, East Indian Rosewood back and sides, 14” to 26” compound radius Ebony fingerboard with the Gold Mother of Pearl long dot inlays on a Traditional profile shaped Honduran Mahogany neck, 25.5” scale length, 1 3/4″ width at the nut, With hardshell case

Additional Information

Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 10 x 21 x 48 in

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