Category Archive: Electric Guitars

SOLD – (NEW) Collings City Limits Brockburst, P-90 – $3,870

(NEW) Speaking of “throwing back” – yeegads. Get yer John Fogerty on with this…what we like to think of as our own 1956 Collings City Limits. One of the most significant changes to the “LP” Model of 1956, after all, was the addition of the new Tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece—which debuted on the Les Paul Custom two years before—replacing

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(NEW) Collings SoCo Vintage White – $4,770

Hello! Our first SoCo in the translucent Vintage White finish. We’ve had Vintage White ukuleles and several Collings 290 models, but the large footprint of the SoCo really takes advantage of the white finish, set off beautifully as it is by the black binding and top purfling. She’s a beauty!!  Interested in a classically beautiful electric guitar, for a grownup? Usually

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SOLD (NEW) Collings SoCo Deluxe, Dark Cherry Sunburst – SOLD

(NEW) We pulled out all the stops on this one. A custom instrument, ordered for store stock. The premium woods deserve our favorite finish, so we slathered it in “Dr. Pepper” (Dark Cherry Sunburst) and added the split parallelograms and purfling, and the flared headstock. Just a huge sounding MAGNIFICENT looking Collings SoCo!  Worthy of the finest player – a trophy

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(NEW) Collings Eastside LC, Tobacco Sunburst – $4,950

(NEW) Another eagerly awaited Eastside LC, in tobacco sunburst. These are the real deal – an archtop with more-than-credible acoustic tone but splendiferous electric tone. Everyone needs one of these. Everyone “wants” an AT-16, but everyone actually really “needs” one of these… Serial# 13087 List Price: $5,500… AMW Price: $4,950 Financing available through AFFIRM when purchased via

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SOLD – (USED) (2006) Collings City Limits NAMM #1, Numero Uno? “NAMM # 1” – ON HOLD

(USED) Here’s something pretty special! Collings surprised us all with ELECTRIC GUITARS at the 2006 NAMM Show in Austin, Texas. Up until that day, we considered Collings a company that made flat top and archtop acoustic guitars and mandolins. After building a bunch of prototypes (some of which have never seen the light of day) Collings quietly went through their first

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