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Old 01-10-2018, 07:03 AM
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Default FS Collings OM1 mountain cedar, Sitka top, Adirondack bracing

I want to move entirely to short scale. Both of these guitars are great. Unfortunately it is hard to know what one likes best without having a few extras around for a while!

Collings OM1 Mountain cedar and Sitka top with Adirondack bracing. Also includes the new Collings case which is a masterpiece itself. $3200. This guitar is in excellent condition except some small marks on top. Light weight, easy to play, and it really sings!

Froggy Bottom Limited C rosewood and Adirondack. This is outstanding as a finger style guitar. It takes such a light touch, sensitive and is comfortable. It is beautiful as well but frankly more money than I want to keep in one guitar. This is also in excellent condition and no marks on it. Traded
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I put pictures into a link that you can open. The first case is the Collings case with pictures of the guitar following. The second case is for the Froggy Bottom with its pictures following.

There are four small marks on the top of the Collings which I attempted to photograph. They are only caught in reflection, do not break the finish and unless you are looking for them are not noticeable. I think they look worse in the pictures than in real life.
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These are fine instruments and I am open to small instruments in trade. Must be short scale.
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Froggy Bottom traded
Bump for Collings OM1 mountain cedar, Sitka with Adirondack bracing. beautiful guitar. lively, loud, articulate, and easy to play.
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Psfam is a terrific person to do business with!

And, the Collings OM1 is a stellar instrument. This one used to be mine and I sold it Psfam awhile back. Someone will be very pleased with this guitar and transaction with the seller!
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Psfam is a terrific person to do business with!

And, the Collings OM1 is a stellar instrument. This one used to be mine and I sold it Psfam awhile back.
I had a feeling...this one looked very familiar!

GLWS Psfam. I totally get the desire to move to short scale. Itís what Iíve been doing myself.
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Default IF it were short scale...

If it were short scale, it would sound different though.

Thanks for the kind comments. I think Kh1967 went to all 1 11/16" nut widths or this guitar might still be hers!

The regular scale adds a snap to the sound maybe?

I ended up preferring a C10 short scale to this one and it is my go to for finger style. It doesn't compare to this OM1 for strumming though.

If you want a good all around, the OM is great. Even for finger style it is more full and articulate than the C10, but I just like the C10. And the wood? Incredibly beautiful. And then there is the case
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If it were short scale, it would sound different though.

Thanks for the kind comments. I think Kh1967 went to all 1 11/16" nut widths or this guitar might still be hers!

The regular scale adds a snap to the sound maybe?

I ended up preferring a C10 short scale to this one and it is my go to for finger style. It doesn't compare to this OM1 for strumming though.

If you want a good all around, the OM is great. Even for finger style it is more full and articulate than the C10, but I just like the C10. And the wood? Incredibly beautiful. And then there is the case
Spot on. If not for the neck, I absolutely would still have this guitar. It has a really magical tone to it and I found that it did everything really well.

And, yes...the case. (as my heart flutters)
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