Collings DS2H Guitar Plans

  • General Information:

    Electronic Plans of the DS2H shape guitar manufactured by Collings Guitar, Inc. While at first glance this looks like a HD28vs knock-off, there are some distinctive differences. The guitar body is slightly larger in plan size, with the body being both wider and longer. Also the body depth is considerably deeper by about 19mm (3/4"), giving this guitar more bass and volume.

    Also, the scale length is slightly different at 25.5" vs the 25.4" for the HD28vs. If you decide to purchase this guitar plan, be sure to download our free Acoustic Guitar Neck Profile pdf, which will give you a window into (4) completely different/unique neck shapes to choose from.

    Collings has always been one of my favorite Acoustic Guitars of all time. I have one of their Dreadnoughts and before I purchased it, I compared it to everything that Elderly Instruments in Lansing MI had to offer, including many pre-war Martins, and the Collings blew them away. So if you are looking for a Vintage guitar shape with more voice that the HD28vs, give this guitar a try!

    Note: As ALL of our plans are sold as digital downloads, when you complete your plan purchase with us, you will automatically be given a download link to access the plans.

    The following tabs detail what you will receive with our Collins DS2H Guitar Plans:

    Related Links:

    Guitar Side Bender
    Neck Assembly Jig
    Plate Joining Jig

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