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Collings Mandolins

Collings mandolins are built at Bill Colling’s shop in Austin, Texas and exhibit the same extremely high quality found on all Collings instruments. The Twelfth Fret is proud to feature Collings mandolins; we set instruments up to the player’s requirements and we ship worldwide.


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Collings MT2 Mandolin

The Collings MT2 Mandolin is nearly the top of the heap for A-Style mandolins. Featuring a carved Red Spruce top and premium grade maple

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Collings MT2 Mandolin

The Collings MT2 Mandolin is nearly the top of the heap for A-Style mandolins. Featuring a carved Red Spruce top and premium grade maple

Collings Guitars and Mandolins in Action!

Check out these Collings Guitars and Mandolins in action!

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Collings MF5 Mandolin

We've just received another Collings MF5 mandolin, and as usual it's beyond impressive. Built using the best materials Collings can lay their

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Collings MTO GT

How could you improve on the already beautiful Collings MTO, well add a gloss top of course! The beautiful sunburst and wood sets on the

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Collings MTO Blackface Mandolin

The "Blacktop" finish has a rich history in the mandolin world, dating back to the very early 1900's. Bill Collings occasionally builds one

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Collings MT2 Varnish Mandolin

The Collings MT2 Varnish Mandolin is definitely a head-turning, neighbors-thumping-on-the-wall-yelling-TURN-IT-DOWN, nuclear-tone-generator of a mandolin that is REALLY effortless to play and bee (eh?)

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Collings Custom MT Mandolin

We get a steady stream of players looking for pro quality mandolins with slightly wider necks. Bill Collings already uses a nice comfortable 1

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Collings Custom MT Blackface Mandolin

The "Blacktop" finish has a rich history in the mandolin world, dating back to the very early 1900's. Bill Collings occasionally builds one