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  • NGD - Collings I30LC

    Been waiting awhile on this guy..a new model for Collings Guitars.



  • #2
    Jaw dropping beautiful.


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    • #3
      Nice. P90’s?
      He has escaped! Youtube , ​Murika , France

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      • #4
        thanks for checking out the thread..yes Lollar P90s. Here's some additional pics.



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        • #5
          Originally posted by maplebaby View Post
          Been waiting awhile on this guy..a new model for Collings Guitars.



          Looks like a Calton case too.

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          • #6
            your are right, a Calton, built in Austin TX these days. Sincere thanks or checking this out.

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            • #7
              Possibly the first (or at least rare) time I'd say "I'm jealous" over a NGD.

              I've long wanted a Collings guitar, but more along the lines of a dreadnaught since I perceive their superiority to be more pronounced on their acoustics. I've played a couple, most recently a baby Collings, and that thing blew away about every acoustic guitar I'd played before. But I live in WA state, and there's just not a lot of Collings guitars anywhere near me. The closest dealer in Seattle will often only have 2 or a very small handful in stock. Next time I'm back in NY I may have to get serious about a deal with Mandolin Brothers. Hopefully I can deal there and then order it from home to avoid the NY NY sales taxes though. LOL

              Enjoy.

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              • #8
                Absolutely, jarringly beautiful guitar. Stunning finish, tune-o-matic bridge, trapeze talipiece, P-90's.....Whats not to love?

                Happy NGD!

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                • #9
                  Looks as nice as my Epi 339 PRO P90...HNGD and may you enjoy good health to enjoy it and play it.
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                  • #10
                    thanks gentlemen for sharing your time to check out the thread and post...greatly appreciated!

                    GAS Man - if you add a Collings to your collection i'd love to hear about it!

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                    • #11
                      I literally said "wow!" when I opened the thread and saw it.

                      That's a gorgeous looking guitar!

                      What's the neck profile like on it?
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                      • #12
                        I came back to this thread about 5 times today, just to look at the Collings.
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                        • #13
                          Sick.
                          '79 Strat Hardtail
                          Carvin SC90 flametop
                          97 Gibby LP Std. 'burst
                          Heritage 575
                          Peavey TL-6
                          MIJ Blue Flower Tele MIJ Pink Paisley Strat
                          Carvin Bolt-T Swamp Ash
                          Hohner Steinberger
                          73' Rick 4001 Fireglo
                          Larrivee D-09
                          Agile Doubleneck
                          Some handmade Paracho flamenco guitar
                          Seagull S12+.

                          Amps:
                          Legend 30
                          Billm Blues Jr.
                          Mesa Nomad 45
                          Ampeg J12-T
                          Homebrew 1 1/2 watt tube sucker

                          Lotsa modded pedals.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Phil O'Keefe View Post
                            I literally said "wow!" when I opened the thread and saw it.

                            That's a gorgeous looking guitar!

                            What's the neck profile like on it?
                            hello Phil...honored you'd check this out sir! The 'stock' neck is sort of a 59LP neckish, maybe PRS McCarty neck - very nice IMO. I'm a smaller guy with shorter fingers so i get their 60's profile neck which is perfect for me, less shoulders and overall profile a bit 'faster'. Thanks again!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Mikeo View Post
                              I came back to this thread about 5 times today, just to look at the Collings.
                              really appreciate you checking it out! Here's a pic of the enter back and neck.

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