No plain Jane here! The mahogany top, back, and sides are complemented with a stunning inlaid wood rosette and backstrip that make this guitar look like it should be twice the price! The great finish... Click To Read More About This Product
No plain Jane here! The mahogany top, back, and sides are complemented with a stunning inlaid wood rosette and backstrip that make this guitar look like it should be twice the price! The great finish is offset by a multi-laminated top binding, and single-strip back and neck binding. A trademark of the Washburn brand is the flatter neck, which makes it easier to play, especially if this is your first acoustic. Finished off with a rosewood fingerboard and bridge, diecast tuners and pearloid dot fingerboard inlays you have a guitar you will be proud to own. If you are an experienced player this makes a great second guitar to carry with you. As with all Washburn guitars, it comes with a limited LIFETIME WARRANTY. Rest assured - you have 125 years of guitar making in every Washburn! Includes gig bag.
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I purchased this guitar on-line and it was better that i could have imagined. It is beautiful and has a magnificent sound. I will never get rid of this guitar. Its not only a good guitar for the money, its a good guitar in general. I played along with a man who happens to be a guitar guru who had a 1,000 solid top guitar and he questioned who's guitar sounded better, mine or his. VERY satisfied with this product.
This is a large guitar with a loud, snappy, resonant bass and mids, courtesy of mahogany. It has a nice glossy finish. I put Elixer medium strings on mine and it sounds better than most of the more expensive guitars I own. I purchased mine from a pawn shop for 100$ because I thought it sounded like a 300$ guitar. I didn't bother googleing the model first. I didn't not know at the time that I could pick up a new one that comes with a gig bag for 150$. I plan to use mine for camping where I can send it on down a line up of folks in folding chairs for anyone to play. It is loud enough to be heard. A bit of advice: My "used" guitar had high action; that's where the strings are positioned fairly high off the fretboard, making it hard to play. I lowered my action using the truss rod and expectedly, now I have fret buzz. Don't do that! I was just hoping to get away cheap. To appropriately lower your action, take your guitar to a luthier. If you're in the market for a guitar under $400, I would look into this guitar. I gave this guitar a 3/5 without consideration to its actual cost. If it comes adjusted perfectly, or you get yours adjusted perfectly, its sound and playability would rival that of any guitar.
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