Watch Audley Freed Take The Stunning New Collings Guitars I-35 LC Vintage For A Test Run

Audley Freed demos the Collings I-35 LC Vintage

Collings Guitars is on a creative hot streak in 2021, as you can see by the looks of their new I-35 LC Vintage electric guitar. That’s only half the story, though, as the guitar sounds as good as it looks, especially in the hands of guitar great Audley Freed.

Audley Freed demos the Collings I-35 LC Vintage with a blues improvisation
Audley Freed demos the Collings I-35 LC Vintage

With its ’60’s inspired look and sound, it’s easy to see why the I-35 LC Vintage is one of the manufacturer’s most versatile and in-demand models. Three color options are available: Blonde, Faded Cherry and Tobacco Sunburst

Collings I-35 LC Vintage Faded Cherry
Collings I-35 LC Vintage Tobacco Sunburst
Collings I-35 LC Vintage Blonde

According to Collings, the all-new Vintage takes advantage of years of R&D with fresh laminate and center block recipes that, combined with redesigned neck construction, reduce rigidity and provide a loose, organic feel and responsiveness not previously offered.

The I-35 LC Vintage’s standard aged finish and hardware offer a time-tested aesthetic while its custom ThroBak humbuckers and Luxe Bumblebee capacitors bring its open, acoustic musicality to life.

Features include:

  • Semi-hollow body with re-engineered maple laminate and center block recipes
  • Redesigned neck construction
  • Custom ThroBak ESG-102B humbuckers
  • Aged Kluson ABR-1 bridge and stop tailpiece with all-aged hardware
  • Aged gloss nitrocellulose finish in three color options: Blonde, Faded Cherry, or Tobacco Sunburst
Introducing The Collings I-35 LC Vintage

The I-35 LC Vintage carries a list price of $6,500 and is available through authorized Collings retailers.

Visit the Collings website:
https://www.collingsguitars.com/electric-guitars/i35-lc-vintage/

NAMM’s virtual Believe In Music takes place this week, with lots of great new product announcements from top manufacturers. We’re spotlighting quite a few here, so check back and see what you can expect to fuel your songwriting creativity in 2021.

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