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  1. On Sale
    Washburn WA90CE Dreadnought Acoustic Electric Guitar
    Was:  $169.99 $13999
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    Washburn WD100DL Dreadnought Mahogany Acoustic Guitar
    Was:  $159.00 From $11999
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    Washburn Dreadnought Deluxe Acoustic Guitar Case
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    Washburn M118SW F-Style Mandolin
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    Washburn M1SDL A-Style Mandolin
    From $19944
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    Washburn R320SWRK Vintage Series Parlor Acoustic Guitar
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    $519.20 +
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    Washburn B9 Banjo
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    Washburn Rover Travel Guitar
    From $15795
    $126.36 +
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    Washburn M1S Acoustic Mandolin
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    Washburn Taurus T24 Neck-Thru Electric Bass Guitar
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    Washburn C40 Cadiz Classical Guitar
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    Washburn WP55 Parlor Koa Acoustic Guitar
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    Washburn Comfort Series WCD18CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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  14. Washburn Heritage Series HD12SCE Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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    Washburn Festival EA15A Spruce Top With Flame Maple Veneer Acoustic Cutaway Electric Guitar With 4-Band EQ
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    Washburn USM-HB35 Hollowbody Dual Humbucker Electric Guitar
    From $49351
    $394.81 +
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    Washburn R314KK Parlor Acoustic Guitar
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    Washburn Taurus T25 5-String Neck-Thru Electric Bass Guitar
    Was:  $549.00 $47134
  19. Washburn WP11SNS Parlor Acoustic Guitar
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    Washburn Festival EA12B Acoustic Electric Mini Jumbo
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About Washburn:

Steeped in the tradition of fine instrument making, Washburn Guitar's dynamic 140-year history began in Chicago in 1883. The original guitar factory was located just blocks away from Maxwell Street. In the early 1920s, Maxwell Street itself would emerge as the epicenter of a musical movement. Often considered the first entry point for thousands of African-Americans arriving from the Mississippi Delta, Maxwell Street became a hotbed for Delta blues in its most raw and dramatic form. Newcomers and established musicians alike would listen and jam with one another in an atmosphere void of commercial influence.

Once recorded, this powerful, emotional style of music would not only become the dominant form of blues, but would also radically change the emerging sound of rock ‘n’ roll. There, on Maxwell Street, as well as in alleyways, city sidewalks, bars and honky-tonks around the country, Washburn guitars were embraced as the very embodiment and reflective spirit of the hard-working musicians who played them, as well as the employees who designed and crafted them.

From blues players who shaped rock 'n’ roll to multi-platinum recording artists to emerging guitar virtuosos, Washburn’s is a history that can be heard and experienced every time you turn on the radio or listen to a live performance. Washburn continues to be a consistent leader in combining design, innovation, and technology to deliver the rich, bold sounds for a vast musical landscape with a full and complete line of electric and acoustic guitars, as well as basses and other stringed instruments.

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