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In the upper layer of commodity guitars, how would you compare PRS with Collings? It seems to me that the latter are more popular south of the border.
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In the upper layer of commodity guitars, how would you compare PRS with Collings? It seems to me that the latter are more popular south of the border.
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You are absolutely correct. If you do a search here for Collings, you will find very little. Since they are in Texas, that is understandable.
 

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I have two Collings guitars, and I35 LC and I30 LC and they are incredible instruments, albeit expensive. I haven't had too much experience with PRS, but they appear to be very high quality builds as well. Collings seems to lean more towards the traditional look and feel IMO.
 

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As Bill Collings passed away, will his fine lutherie survive ?
Hope so...
I do not know PRS except for the name...
 
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