This beautiful Collings D2HA has rolled in from the wilds of Texas at Maple Leaf Music Company. A wide grain Adirondack top at the outside edges morphing to a narrower grain in the center. First quality Indian rosewood with matching headstock overlay. Ivoroid tuner buttons match the binding-quite handsomely to be sure. A real Texas belle with a big clarion tone that wants to be picked!
Hardshell case included.
Available at Maple Leaf Music in Brattleboro, VT.
Accepted Payment Methods
- All major credit cards issued in the United States
Please verify availability before payment via (802) 254-5559 or email@example.com. Make payments tofor customers in the United States ONLY.
- Certified bank checks and money orders *
- Personal checks (with necessary shipping delay) *
Ships from Brattleboro, VT
Please contact us by clicking "ask a question" above to request a shipping quote or call (802)254-5559 for the lowest and most appropriate shipping rate available for your instrument, location and availability. We do ship internationally to certain countries, so please contact us.
Maple Leaf Music Co. has a 24-hour approval period after which time if the customer decides to return the item it must be in the original condition it was shipped and in the original packaging. No playing wear or signs of use should be detected. The customer must contact Maple Leaf Music prior to returning their instrument or the package will be refused. The customer is responsible for all shipping charges to and from if they return the instrument. There is a 4% restock fee if a credit card or PayPal was used as payment.*
* Payment with a certified bank check, personal check, and money order does not incur a restocking fee.
In Store Purchases
There is no approval period if you purchase an instrument at the shop (because you’ve seen it, played it and asked all the right questions of our knowledgeable staff), but be assured that if you buy an instrument or other product and are dissatisfied for any reason, we offer store credit for all returns up to 7 days after the purchase with a receipt. No monetary refunds.
Available for local pickup at Maple Leaf Music, 23 Elliot St. Brattleboro, VT 05301
Care and Feeding of a Solid Wood Instrument
Any instrument with solid woods requires the owner to control the humidity and temperature that instrument will be kept in. As a general rule of thumb, a solid wood instrument wants to live in an environment you would be comfortable in.
For the Dry Months
We recommend that you use two humidifiers in your case, one inside the sound hole and one in the space by the headstock.
We sell the Oasis brand humidification products as well as Dampits for instruments with smaller soundholes.
- Signs of dryness include:
- Depression of the top
- Very low string action
- String buzz
- Sharp frets along the edge of the fingerboard
While the guitar company will warranty your new guitar for defects in manufacture, they specifically state in all the warranty literature that cracking or any other shrinking due to dryness is not covered.
For the Wet Months
It is as easy to over humidify a guitar as it is to under humidify and the consequences are just as dire. If you keep your house humidified, you probably don‘t need case humidifiers.
- Signs of too much humidity include:
- Action (String Height) is uncomfortable to play
- Frets have discolored or turned green
- Condensation on the top
- The top is bellied up like and arch top guitar
To prevent humidity issues in either direction, please invest in a hygrometer. You want the levels to be around 45-50% moisture and this little tool will tell you where you are. Oasis makes a good one to go along with its’ humidifiers. Please inquire if you have questions concerning any instrument purchased at Maple Leaf Music.