Description

"Every day we try to make a better guitar, every day. You're trying to reach for more, trying to do better, not trying to do the same. A lot of companies are trying to do the same, and that's okay - that's their deal. We're trying to stretch that. Our goal is a little more." - Bill Collings

Our latest I-35LC in a killer aged Olympic White! 

As with all Collings I-35LCs, the build quality, setup, playability, and tones are flawless. These very well could be the best semi-hollow guitars on the market. The Throbak SLE-101+ humbuckers put this beauty squarely in the vintage ES-335 camp. That is to say, to our ears, it sounds exactly like what you'd want a great, vintage ES-335 to sound like. Midrange punch, top end clarity, and the ability to cover a wind range of genres and tones (whether overdriven or clean). 

This one will certainly be of interest to Keef and/or Alex Lifeson fans - or anyone looking for one of the best semi-hollow body guitars available today! Priced with hardshell case. 

Specs

  • Select figured maple semi-hollow laminate body & mahogany neck
  • Inset maple center block
  • Black pickguard added
  • Aged white top/back/neck binding
  • Slim contour F-holes
  • Aged nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • Unbound "Haircut" headstock
  • 15 degree headstock angle
  • Ebony peghead overlay with inlaid Collings logo
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • Long mortise and tenon neck joint w/contoured heel
  • 22 frets, neck joins the body at the 19th fret
  • Medium-Fat "C" neck shape
  • 12" Fingerboard radius
  • 1 11/16" Bone nut
  • 24 7/8" Scale Length
  • Medium 18% nickel-silver fretwire
  • Mother of pearl dot fingerboard inlays
  • Fully adjustable truss rod
  • Black pickup rings and amber top hat knobs
  • Dual Throbak  SLE101+ Pickups 
  • 1950's Style wiring scheme
  • CTS 500K pots and Xicon caps
  • Switchcraft toggle switch and output jack
  • Tonepros AVR-II bridge and tailpiece
  • Nickel Gotoh SG301 tuners w/ vintage-style buttons 1:18 ratio
  • Serial No. I35LC17957
  • 7lbs 2oz

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