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2014 Collings OM-2GSS Cutaway

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Serial #: 23105, stamped on neck block

Body width at lower bout: 15" Nut Width: 1 3/4" Scale length: 24.9" Body depth: 3 3/8" String spacing at bridge: 2 1/4" Neck depth: .89/.96, 1st/10th frets

Materials: Solid bookmatched German spruce top; solid bookmatched Indian Rosewood back and sides; solid one-piece mahogany neck; solid ebony fingerboard; solid ebony bridge with compensated bone saddle; Waverly nickel 16X1 butterbean tuners; swirl tortoise pickguard; inlaid bridgepins; 5-ply body binding; hex-key adjustable truss rod; polished bone nut.

Notes: Austin, Texas based Collings guitars don't need much bragging. They're just some of the best flat tops on the planet. This OM-2GSS model has a bookmatched German spruce soundboard, the comfy OM body size with 14 fret neck, and a generous 1 3/4" solid ebony fingerboard.

This gleaming guitar is fitted with a resonant X-braced soundboard, and the nimble 24 3/4" scale, in the style of the Martin 000 series. With a solid rosewood body, and solid ebony fingerboard and bridge, the guitar is graced with elegant multi-ply binding, the small tortoise guard, and a lustrous dark rosewood headplate.

A rare cutaway version of this model, the guitar has a clear, open voice, ideal for either finger or pick style play. This handsome example is in showroom condition, and is equipped with vintage style nickel Waverly 16X1 tuners, and an opulent Collings Cedar Creek deluxe hardshell case.

A striking and versatile instrument from one of America's premier builders: one only, call now.

Setup: This instrument is strung with medium gauge bronze strings (.012-.054). The guitar will accommodate lighter strings, according to preference. Action is set to 4-5/64" at the 12th fret, with light neck relief.















































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