The Washburn WG 16S grand auditorium acoustic guitar is made with a solid cedar top, and mahogany back and sides. This instrument has a mahogany neck that is topped with a rosewood fingerboard. Qualit... Read More
The Washburn WG 16S grand auditorium acoustic guitar is made with a solid cedar top, and mahogany back and sides. This instrument has a mahogany neck that is topped with a rosewood fingerboard. Quality construction features include quartersawn scalloped bracing, rosewood bridge, chrome die-cast tuners, and bone nut and saddle. Appointments on the Washburn guitar include a gloss finish, abalone rosette, abalone purfling, binding on body and neck, and rosewood capped headstock with mother-of-pearl Washburn logo & stylized W inlay.
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Comments about Washburn WG16S Solid Cedar Top Acoustic Grand Auditorium Mahogany Guitar:
Washburn WG16S is a good quality acoustic guitar with a good sound (volume & tone) and pretty looks. I don�ۡ���t know how Washburn Co. keeps the prices of their guitars so low but, I�ۡ���m glad they do. Perhaps with having 128 years of experience, they�ۡ���ve got manufacturing guitars down to a science. This guitar is definitely worth its�ۡ��� regular price of $269. It�ۡ���s a very big bang for your money. I do wish it had a pick-guard and a neck strap-button. A little thinner neck-profile and a tad wider nut-width for easier fingerpicking would�ۡ���ve been nicer but, in all honesty it�ۡ���s not bad at all; it is actually better than most. For the first time I�ۡ���m actually impressed with the binding on a guitar; this one has nice wood binding. DO NOT expect a �ۡ��̏AAA�ۡ�ݕ�_ grade solid top on a lower price acoustic like this one but even an �ۡ��̏A�ۡ�ݕ�_ grade solid top is better than a laminated top, by far. All my other steel-string acoustics have a solid Spruce top, this is my first solid Cedar top and I just love the sound for fingerpicking and or even flatpicking. I�ۡ���m glad I purchased this beauty. We must keep the price in mind when we score a product. It would be unfair to compare a $300 guitar with a $3000 one. In a scale of 1-10 (10 being the best) here it goes: Craftsman ship 9.5 Fit and finish 9.5 Sound 9.5 Neck 9.5 Action 10.0 Tuners 9.0 (more than adequate) Cosmetic appt. 10.0