This Collings D2HA MR Traditional is return to just that, traditional building techniques and materials combined with Bill Collings' exquisite attention to detail. This new series is highlighted by traditional style bracing and tone woods which are adjusted, weighed and voiced to produce particularly warm, rounded highs while maintaining a full, rich low end. The extra thin Nitrocellulose lacquer finish, applied without a polyvinyl sealer, makes for a lively, expressive top that has the feel of an old vintage guitar. The Traditional Series tone is further enhanced by the use of Animal Protein glue, which can dry harder making every joint of this D2HA that much more resonate and powerful. This particular Traditional D2HA features a gorgeous Adirondack Spruce top that produces tons of volume and with plenty of head room. Combined with the stunning Madagascar Rosewood back and sides and this guitar is one of the most resonate and full sounding dreadnoughts we have in the shop in a long while. The neck features a Traditional profile, based off the Vintage Now dimensions, but with a more distinct taper, and extremely comfortable rounded fingerboard edge. It also has an Ebony belly-style bridge, a bone cut-through saddle with 2 5/16"" string spacing, Traditional Adirondack pre-war scalloped bracing, and many high-end appointments: small brown herringbone trim, 2-style backstrip, gold mother-of-pearl microdot inlays, and a tortoise-style pick guard. Here at Mass Street Music, through our owner Jim Baggett, we have had the great privilege of getting to collaborate with Bill Collings and his team of skilled craftsman on these new models. We couldn't be more excited to have been a part of this new Traditional Series. This Collings D2HA MR Traditional also features the custom built Traditional case, and includes a free setup from our luthiers. Dreadnought with Extra thin High Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer finish and Tortoise-style binding Custom Traditional Pre-War Scalloped bracing without a tongue brace Adirondack Spruce top with Tortoise-style pickguard and toner Madagascar Rosewood back and sides with 2-style backstrip Small brown herringbone trim 25 1/2"" scale length Mahogany neck with Custom Traditional profile Ebony fingerboard with 14"" - 26"" compound radius, 20 Medium 18% nickel-silver frets and Gold Mother-of-Pearl microdot inlays 1 3/4"" nut width, bone Bone cut-through saddle with 2 5/16"" string spacing Ebony belly-style bridge Nickel Waverly tuners with 16:1 ratio Collings made Traditional hardshell case Serial#: 26248
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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.