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" PROBABLY THE PERFECT GUITAR"

Collings OM 42Published on 08/08/13 at 09:51
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Handmade in Texas. 14 Frets. Sitka spruce top, back and sides of Indian rosewood, mahogany neck and bridge and ebony fingerboard. Nuts head and bone bridge, ebony pegs. Martin OM-type format. The violin is perfect.

UTILIZATION

The neck is relatively thin, Taylor-type. It offers exceptional ease of Thurs I love the OM shape for ergonomics.

SOUNDS

The sound is perfectly balanced. The bass are present, without crushing the rest of the spectrum. The highs are very clear. Unlike most acoustic guitars, mediums blend well in the rest of the range. Harmonics do not end up sounding.
It is perfect for blues, country and indeed any style of music. She is excellent in picking, but you can......
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Handmade in Texas. 14 Frets. Sitka spruce top, back and sides of Indian rosewood, mahogany neck and bridge and ebony fingerboard. Nuts head and bone bridge, ebony pegs. Martin OM-type format. The violin is perfect.

UTILIZATION

The neck is relatively thin, Taylor-type. It offers exceptional ease of Thurs I love the OM shape for ergonomics.

SOUNDS

The sound is perfectly balanced. The bass are present, without crushing the rest of the spectrum. The highs are very clear. Unlike most acoustic guitars, mediums blend well in the rest of the range. Harmonics do not end up sounding.
It is perfect for blues, country and indeed any style of music. She is excellent in picking, but you can perfectly play strumming. I never found an equivalent sound on any other guitar that I have tested, including Martin OM28 Marquis (considered excellent) not to mention the Taylors or other Santa Cruz.

OVERALL OPINION

This is the perfect guitar for me. But what do they put inside it ?!
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  • Manufacturer: Collings
  • Model: OM 42
  • Category: Other Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/08/2013

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