The City Limits is Collings' version of the venerable Les Paul, but with a build quality that is far higher than you will get from a Gibson. Offered here is a full-blown Deluxe model City Limits built in May of 2013 and in new and virtually unplayed condition.
The specs of this instrument include: a mahogany body and neck with a beautiful flame Maple top and a total guitar weight of just 8.4 pounds (8 pounds, ounces); a high gloss nitrocellulose Iced Tea Sunburst finish; a Madagascar Rosewood fretboard with 24-7/8" scale length, 12" radius, 1-11/16" bone nut and medium frets; a medium/fat "C" shape neck similar to a '59 LP; a long mortise/tenon neck joint; fully-adjustable truss rod; grained ivroid binding on the top, neck and headstock; ebony headstock overlay with inlaid logo; MOP dot fretboard inlays; ivoroid pickup rings and top hat knobs; Lollar Standard Wind Imperial humbuckers with DiMarzio pots and Xicon caps; Tonepros AVR-II bridge and tailpiece; Gotoh tuners with vintage style buttons; and a deluxe hardshell case by Ameritage.
This guitar plays with incredible ease and sounds fabulous - much like an LP only better! Please check out the brief sound sample included. The tone is thick and woody like an LP, but with a bit more complexity and with the playability of a Collings guitar!
This beautiful instrument is in virtually unplayed condition since new. The protective plastic film still remains on the plastic back cavity covers and the frets are flawless. It comes in it's original Collings/Ameritage case, also in superb condition, along with the original paperwork.
A new example like this one would cost well over $5K, but you can save a bunch on this "as new" 2013 beauty! Get yourself a Collings and you will be very glad you did!
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