Serial Number 266

This is the fifth Collings Clarence White guitar built! This wonderful instrument definitely has the most mojo of any of the CW's I've played so far! It was made in December of 1989 of B+ grade Quartersawn Brazilian rosewood from a small tree (notice the great amount of figure in the wood). It has an ebony peghead overlay and Gotoh tuners. It's been "Lashbrooked", which means it has had the saddle replaced with Mastodon Ivory and lengthened into the wings of the bridge (check out the photo below. It has Walrus Ivory bridge pins with red TS dots and a 1 3/4" nut width.


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