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Shawn Colvin: "Trouble"| Collings C100 Custom

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The songwriter performs one of her originals on her new custom Collings guitar.

by Collings
November 11, 2019

Getting to play our new guitar is a thrill for all of us, even multiple-Grammy-winning songwriters and performers. Shawn Colvin recently picked up her Collings Custom C100 at the shop in Austin, Texas, and while she was there, played one of the songs from her 1996 album A Few Small Repairs. Can't wait to hear what she does next on her new guitar!


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