Collings Guitars Introduces the Eastside LC Archtop Guitar

The Eastside LC archtop has been designed with vintage tone in mind for the professional jazz player.

Austin, TX (March 20, 2012) -- Collings Guitars announces a new addition to the LC series of electric guitars: the Eastside LC archtop. With fully-hollow laminate construction, a single Lollar Imperial humbucker, and archtop-style tailipiece/bridge, the Eastside LC archtop has been designed with vintage tone in mind for the professional jazz player.      

Eastside LC features include:
• Premium Maple Laminate Top, Back, and Sides
• 16" Fully Hollow Construction
• X-Bracing 
• Single Lollar High-wind Imperial Humbucker
• 24 7/8" Scale Length
• 12" Fingerboard Radius 
• Floating Ebony Pickguard
• Archtop-style Ebony Tailpiece and Bridge
• Deluxe Flared Peghead
• ABS Top/Back Binding
• Ebony Peghead veneer
• Ebony Fingerboard
• Dot Fingerboard Inlays
• Mahogany Neck
• Deluxe Ameritage Hardshell Case

The Eastside LC model is available in the following colors:
• Tobacco Sunburst 
• Dark Cherry Sunburst
• Blonde

The Eastside LC Archtop is available for $5,400.

For more information:
www.collingsguitars.com

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