This Collings Custom D2 Baaa, serial# 6447, is custom in every respect. Built by Bill Collings for his friend Dean Fearing of Dallas, TX, it features a beautiful AAA-grade Brazilian Rosewood back and sides with an exceptionally nice and even Adirondack Spruce top. It has Ivoroid binding on the body, neck, and peghead, and is intentionally understated by lacking the typical Herringbone purfling. It has a large soundhole and Dalmatian-style pickguard similar to Collings' CW models. This has a 25 1/2�۝ scale length, 1 3/4"" nut width, and pre-war-style 2 3/8"" string spacing at the bridge. It was custom ordered with a very beefy neck, so if you like big necks this is a great choice. The pins and saddle are beautiful fossilized ivory, and the sunburst finish is as gorgeous as can be. Here in Excellent condition, this Collings Custom D2 Baaa sounds and plays great, and includes a bright yellow Calton case. Dreadnought with Sunburst finish, large soundhole, and Ivoroid binding Adirondack Spruce top with Dalmation-style pickguard and simple rosette AAA-grade Brazilian Rosewood back and sides with 3-style Mosaic backstrip 25 1/2"" scale length Mahogany neck with Beefy profile and Ivoroid binding Ebony fingerboard with 20 frets and Diamond and Square inlays 1 3/4"" nut width Fossilized Ivory Cut-through saddle with 2 3/8"" string spacing Ebony Belly-style bridge Yellow hardshell Calton case included

Year Condition Color Case
2000 Excellent Sunburst Hard


Mass Street Music
Josh Baldridge
(800) 747-9980
Lawrence, KS
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In most cases shipping is on us! Any new or used gear (purchased directly from our website) $25 or over gets shipped to you for FREE via one of our favorite carriers, Fed Ex – ground or USPS, to all 'lower 48' U.S. states. Alaska and Hawaii. Expedited shipping, international shipping are more. If you'd like your item quicker, no problem! It will cost a bit more, but you'll have it in your hands before you know it. We can ship all forms of UPS and Fed Ex Express and we'll send you tracking info too, so you can see exactly when it'll arrive. Please note that we are not able to ship to P.O. Boxes, and sorry, no C.O.D.s no way, no how. For your gear's safety, we have to have a valid address where a real person can sign for the gear when it arrives. If that doesn't work for you, we are happy to ship it to the nearest carrier's hub so you can pick it up safe and sound there. Questions? Just give us a call at 1-800-747-9980 or check out our shippings facts online at <a href="" target="_blank"></a>

All purchases come with a full 7 day evaluation time period after payment in full has been made. An extra 24 hours will be added during the winter season to allow the contents to reach room temperature before opening - the evaluation period does not begin until you've received the instrument.</p> <p>If you're not completely satisfied with the instrument, it can be returned using your preferred carrier for a full refund unless other arrangements have been explicitly made. To return an item, please call us (1-800-747-9980) for a return authorization and pack the instrument in its original carton, with all accessories and paper work, and ship it back to us. (Please note it must be insured for the full sales amount). Just give us a call if you have any questions about correct packing etc. We're happy to help. If the item is damaged while in transit, we will ask you to file a claim with your preferred shipper. Once we receive the instrument in its original condition, you will get a full refund, less any applicable shipping charges. If the item is not in its original condition or is returned after the normal evaluation period has expired, re-stocking fees and other charges may apply - confused by the fine print? Just give us a call at 1-800-747-9980, we're happy to help.