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Collings Eastside LC DLX Archtop Guitar (2016)

   
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Specifications

Top Wood: Laminated maple
Back and Sides Wood:  Laminated maple
Width at Nut: 1.69"
Scale Length:  24.88"
Frets to Body: 14
Fingerboard and Bridge Wood: Ebony
Body Binding: Non-grained ivoroid
Upper Bout: 11"  
Lower Bout: 16" 
Headplate Material: Rosewood
Headstock Inlay / Logo: Collings logotype with triple-bar inlay in mother-of-pearl 
Neck Binding: Non-grained ivoroid
Neck Shape: Electric C-shape
Fingerboard Side Dots: 3, 5, 7, 9, 12, 15, 17, 19, and 21   
Fingerboard Inlay: Double-rhombus mother-of-pearl
Pickguard: Ebony with non-grained ivoroid binding
Tuners:  Nickel Gotoh with Collings logo
Electronics: Single Lollar Charlie Christian (neck)
Case: Collings hard-shell case by Ameritage
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Description

One of the only Collings archtop guitars we've had in the store in recent memory, this absolutely beautiful Eastside LC Deluxe is a delight to play as well as behold. Built with an all-laminate construction common to most archtop electrics, the Eastside LC features a single cutaway design with double S-holes almost reminiscent of a Rickenbacker. It features an eye-catching deep orange sunburst finish and rhomboid inlays in mother-of-pearl, which no longer come stock on this model. The Deluxe appointments include ivoroid neck and headstock binding, as well as ebony volume and tone knobs. Playability is excellent, with a flawless setup and a comfortable, maneuverable neck - and surprisingly, a short scale length, making those tall jazz chords just a bit easier to land. The single Lollar neck pickup is elegant and very clean, and highs roll off very nicely with the tone knob, not sapping the guitar of any of its presence. The pickup sounds quite nice, with a hint of warm compression, and pairs wonderfully with a spring reverb.

This guitar is in excellent condition with virtually no playwear outside of light scuffing on the pickguard common to virtually all used instruments. It has never required a major repair and has had only one owner. Included in the price is the original Collings hard-shell case, designed and built by Ameritage.