FSOT: Collings 360 LT M - ash, 6.8lbs, P-90s, Mastery trem

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Real Name: Ben Standefer

FSOT: Collings 360 LT M - ash, 6.8lbs, P-90s, Mastery trem

Post: # 2567Post aguynamedben
Sat Jun 20, 2020 8:01 am

I'm selling my Collings 360 LT M for $3,330 shipped/PayPal'd.
Or trades (+cash if needed): City Limits, I-35, Collings acoustics, or Les Paul R8 or similar

I'm new to this forum, but have a good history on Reverb an eBay. I'm happy to chat on FaceTime, phone, and share my social media profiles so you can get to know me.

Hi-res photos: https://imgur.com/a/5Z6hW8b#qtXmT79
Great demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uz2GaTca_Y4

About this Collings 360 LT M:
* Ash body (pretty one), tobacco sunburst color
* Maple neck with rosewood board (flame neck, see pictures)
* Set neck with extra long neck tenon
* Lollar alnico pole P-90s made for Collings
* Mastery tremolo bridge made for Collings
* Collings 24.9" scale length
* Weight: 6.8lbs by my bathroom scale, which has been very consistent
* Neck: 0.865-0.967" at 1st/12th frets (stock Collings electric neck)

Everybody always says this, but this is the most resonant solid body electric I've ever played, by far! I think it's the set neck + ash body. This was the first guitar I've had with a Mastery tremolo, and it lives up to all the hype. It stays in perfect tune. I'm usually not a tremolo fan at all, but this one is great. The only reason I'm selling is because I'm saving for a new Custom Shop Les Paul I want to buy next year.

There are 2 nicks on the edge of the body, and some swirling in the finish. The last 5-6 pics document every imperfection I could find. The neck has no dings, chips, or finish issues. There are no mods on this guitar.

–Ben Standefer

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