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Collings Guitars Introduces the SoCo 16 LC

October 22, 2012
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imgJust like the vibrant and eclectic South Congress district of Austin, Texas that inspired its name, the new Collings SoCo 16 LC brings its own distinctive aesthetic and sonic voice to the tradition of classic semi-hollow electric guitars. 
 
Crafted with the best vintage examples of hollowbody tone in mind, the SoCo 16 LC utilizes a specially developed combination of wood laminates for the top, back and sides that are crafted in-house to create a focused, rich, and incredibly versatile instrument. With a solid maple center-block and slightly larger body dimensions than its other SoCo siblings, the new 16 LC speaks with a full bodied authority that confidently delivers everything from warm punchy jazz to sparkling airy leads. Rooted in tradition but with an original new take on the form, the SoCo 16 LC brings the best sounds of the past firmly into the future.

Base Model Features Include:

• Premium 16" Semi-Hollow Maple Laminate Body
• High Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer Finish
• Aged White Top/Back Body Binding
• Slim Contour F Holes
• 15 Degree Headstock Angle
• Ebony Peghead Overlay
• Rosewood Fingerboard
• 12" Fingerboard Radius
• Wide 18% Nickel-Silver Fretwire (.104"w x .047"h)
• Mother of Pearl Dot Fingerboard Inlays
• 1 11/16" Bone Nut
• Mahogany Neck with Medium-Fat "C" Profile
• 24 7/8" Scale Length
• Mortise and Tenon Neck Joint w/Contoured Heel
• 22 Frets, Neck Joins at 19th Fret
• Black or Amber Bell-Shaped Volume/Tone Knobs
• Black or Cream Pickup Rings
• Dual Lollar Standard Imperial Humbuckers
• 1950's Style Wiring Scheme
• CTS 500K Pots and Xicon Caps (.22mf)
• Switchcraft Toggle Switch and Output Jack
• TonePros AVR-II Bridge and Tailpiece
• Gotoh SG301 Tuners with 18:1 Ratio
• Collings Deluxe Hardshell Case by Ameritage

www.collingsguitars.com
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