The Washburn WD 20S cutaway acoustic-electric guitar is made with a solid Alaskan Sitka spruce top, and rosewood back and sides. This full-sized dreadnought has a mahogany neck that is topped with a r... Read More
The Washburn WD 20S cutaway acoustic-electric guitar is made with a solid Alaskan Sitka spruce top, and rosewood back and sides. This full-sized dreadnought has a mahogany neck that is topped with a rosewood fingerboard. An under-the-saddle Piezo pickup and a Fishman Isys+ Tuner/Preamp System give you the freedom to perform at any venue. Quality construction features include quartersawn scalloped bracing, rosewood bridge, chrome die-cast tuners, and bone nut and saddle. Appointments on the Washburn WD20SCE guitar include a gloss finish, binding on body and neck, and rosewood capped headstock with mother-of-pearl Washburn logo & stylized W inlay.
Washburn dreadnought guitars represent some of the best values on the market today. These handcrafted guitars use premium woods & materials and sound as great as they look. Compare the Washburn WD20SCE guitar to acoustic-electrics costing twice the price and you'll be amazed at the tonal quality and value that is unique among guitars. Case sold separately.
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Comments about Washburn WD 20SCE Cutaway Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
First of all, my guitar is a WD23SCE. It's a cedar top that the people at Washburn tell me is a GC exclusive but almost identical to the WD20. I spent almost a month every weekend at GC trying out guitars from Taylor to Yamaha and beyond. I wanted to find a guitar that would stay with me for years as I resist the temptation of becoming a gear junkie just like every other guitar player out there. The last time I went in, I was ready to buy and narrowed my choices down to Ibanez, Yamaha, and Fender. The Washburn caught my eye mainly because of the cedar top and the Washburn logo on the head. It was at least $100 less than the other 3 I had narrowed down to, but I figured it wouldn't hurt to spend a few minutes with it just to see. Wow - super impressed with the tone and projection of the guitar as well as the quality of construction and the beauty of the details (expecially the cedar top). I put the Washburn down and then played the other 3 again; no contest. The neck has a smooth flat finish and the balance of the whole guitar is excellent. Now, I'm not a great guitarist and far from an expert, but I know right when I feel it and play it.I think if you give Washburn a try, you'll feel the same way; forget the name and price tag and just play - you'll see what I mean.