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Thread: Collings' new Parlor - 12 fret

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    Default Collings' new Parlor - 12 fret

    Hey man, I'm the dude.

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    http://www.mixdownmag.com.au/colling...-parlor-series
    shuckn's just might oughta hafta git me one of them

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    That sounds amazing!

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    Nice playing in drop D.

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    They only come in the Traditional series.

    With the hog top, like as shown in the video,price is like in the video, SRP is right around $6,000.

    I was contemplating getting one, but I am happy with what I have right now. (Collings C10 and a Martin OM -18GE on its way)
    Hey man, I'm the dude.

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    Jack,

    The new Parlor series has your name written all over it! This could be the guitar you take to the nursing home one day! No shoulder issues, plenty of volume, easy to hold... what more could you want?

    Gary

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    i received an email reply from collings that it will be available in lefty

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    They're an impressive guitar. Heard & saw one at the Collings shop back in October. The one that killed me though was the OM1a Julian Lage.....his personal guitar was there. Sounded old & dry...I caved & sent my my 0001G to JerrysLeftyGuitars right from Austin & ordered up a JL for march delivery. Collings are doing terrific things & the whole team is flying off Bill's energy which is still felt everywhere in the operation.

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    The finish on these is the same as the Waterloos, right? I love thin and satin finishes. That'll be a winner! Congrats! (look forward to hearing how it compares to the P*W)

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    Wow does it come with built in reverb too hehe. Does sound nice. Little guitars are best to record with thats for sure....

    Sam

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