Washburn introduces the WD10SCE acoustic electric dreadnought guitar with Fishman preamp and tuner, at a price that anyone can afford. This guitar features Washburn's steady craftsmanship, with appoin... Read More
Washburn introduces the WD10SCE acoustic electric dreadnought guitar with Fishman preamp and tuner, at a price that anyone can afford. This guitar features Washburn's steady craftsmanship, with appointments that you would often find on more expensive guitars.
The 6-string dreadnought guitar features a mahogany body and a solid Alaskan Sitka spruce top, offering rich, clear tone, with plenty of definition with the full-balanced dreadnought projection. The Washburn WD10SCE's mahogany neck, and the rosewood bridge and fretboard articulate each note, while the 43mm nut width, and 16" radius provide comfort for intricate fingerings and progressions.
At the heart of the Washburn WD10SCE acoustic-electric guitar is an impressive electronics system, letting you plug in and amplify your sound with brilliant sound reproduction. Dressed in a shiny gloss finish and featuring diecast tuners and chrome hardware, this Washburn guitar will stand out in its shimmering beauty, which is only matched by its celebrated melody. Case sold separately.
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I got this one instead of the WD 20SCE because it was on back-order. I am pleasantly surprised at it's appearance except for quite a few flaws. First the fretboard looks used. Someone actually took a magic marker and colored in several spots. At the end of the fretboard it looks worn. Like the stain was worn off. The rest of the instrument is clean as a whistle. Sharp, sharp looking instrument. As soon as I strummed it I was hooked. The electronics worked fine and with the built in tuner I was in business in no time. I plugged it into my newly purchased USED Ibanez Trubadour T-35 and have been playing the entire weekend. I wish I could post a picture of my fingertips. It was extremely easy to play and felt really good. I am a total beginner and in the process of learning scales and chords. It's was painful but not with this guitar. Very nice to learn on. just don't get to close to the amp.
I bought this guitar as well as some other gear during the Memorial Day sale. The guys at GC were a big help. Did an online chat and got a sale code that saved me 10 percent on my entire purchase. Thanks GC! The Washburn WD10SCE has a beautiful deep rich tone. Not quite as deep and rich as some of the high end acoustics but all in all a deep rich well balance tone shadowed by sweet harmonics and percussive overtones that add spacial dynamics to every note. Love that! The neck is slim, smooth and fast. The action is factory set nice and low just the way I like it, yet I can still tune down one whole note without any fret buzz. Love that too! I also like the micro dot inlays. Gives the guitar a pleasant understated look. The head stock is dressed out nicely and the tuners are solid. I can tune up quick and stay tuned except while bending whole notes, may need locking tuners for that. The Fishman Isys is simple and transparent, reflecting the sound of the instrument without adding anything or taking anything away. Like that! The style, fit and finish is absolutely beautiful. The people at Washburn have a keen eye for detail and they even throw in a truss rod wrench, an extra saddle and bridge pin. Nice! Bottom line, I got everything I was looking for in an acoustic/electric for a lot less than I expected to pay. That's a win win in my book!
I dont actually have this exact model, I have the WD7SCE. This is a REALLY great guitar for the money. I have used a bunch of acoustics in the last 10 years or so and this one is my go to guitar. I have a Martin D-18 that is acoustic only and went and bought an L.R. Braggs M1A pickup for it and pawned a bunch of old gear to recoup the damge, when over on the wall was this beautiful guitar. I picked it up, played it and immediately returned the L.R. Braggs. Basically I got a brand new guitar for less than 50 bucks more than the pickup. The sound is crisp, full and balanced, I can play in a jam session and still be heard through the louder banjos ect., I can take it to festivals and not worry too much about it getting damaged. I have nothing bad to say about this thing, it sounds great unplugged or plugged in, the action is nice and low (good for beginners, onboard tuner..... this things got it all! If youre a person who plays outdoors a lot but dont want to destroy your high end guitars or if youre looking for a step up from your beginner guitar, look no further