KISS frontman and co-founder Paul Stanley took his official and verified Twitter account today and talked about his latest guitar I-35 LC Vintage which was suggested by his long-time buddy Audley Freed.
I-35 LC Vintage was developed after several years and numerous prototype iterations of Collings and it’s all hand-made. It was originally designed as a left-handed guitar and while designing it, the company inspired by the best instruments of the 1960s.
The guitar also has Bigby’s 7 Guitar Vibrato For Arch Top Electrics on it. I-35 LC Vintage is now available on pre-order for the price of £5,685 via Peach Guitars. According to the recently sent tweet of Paul, North-Carolina based guitarist of Cry of Love, Audley Freed, was raving about the guitar for a while, and Paul admitted that he was right for all.
Here is what Stanley wrote in his last tweet:
“I just got a Collings “I-35 LC Vintage” guitar. Handmade in Austin, Texas, and just an awesome instrument.
My buddy and Guitar Monster, Audley Freed raved about it and he was right!”
You can check out the tweet below.
I just got a Collings "I-35 LC Vintage" guitar. Handmade in Austin, Texas and just an awesome instrument. My buddy and Guitar Monster, Audley Freed raved about it and he was right! pic.twitter.com/LCBsEpV97B
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) April 13, 2021