The CJ45 T has a tone that is exceptionally dry and fundamental with the growl and thump sought after in the great slope-shoulder dreads of the Wartime era.
Why We Love This
This Collings CJ45 Traditional is the company's first attempt to build the model with a slim neck profile. It's essentially a stock CJ45, with a slimmed down version of its standard neck carve, and an Indian Rosewood fingerboard with 12" radius.
"Does the neck carve affect the sound?"
Not as far as we can hear. This is a dynamite sounding instrument, with the fullness, punch and chime you'd expect from an exacting replica of a Banner-era slope dreadnought.