These wood-bound, solid-top guitars are the perfect balance of elegance, musicality and affordability. Songwriting, finger-style, in church or on-stage the Woodline may be the perfect guitar for you. ... Click To Read More About This Product
These wood-bound, solid-top guitars are the perfect balance of elegance, musicality and affordability. Songwriting, finger-style, in church or on-stage the Woodline may be the perfect guitar for you. Solid select grade soundboards allow for great tone and Rosewood binding adds a touch of class leading elegance found on hand-made instruments. Low damping properties of the Graph Tech NuBone nut and saddle maximize the tone and character of your guitar. Fishman 301T tuner/preamp make for natural sounding acoustic tone in performance situations.
Washburn’s Woodline 10 Series is a perfect balance of affordability, elegance, sound and stability. Building with properly cured select solid soundboards with scalloped-X bracing, a NuBone Nut & Saddle, and D’Addario EXP16 strings results in one of the best sounding instruments at the price. Designed to appeal to the aspiring singer-songwriter or finger-stylist, the Woodline features understated details such as class-leading Rosewood and Maple binding and faux-wood rosette and Washburn logo. Case sold separately.
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Comments about Washburn Woodline Series WLD10SCE Acoustic-Electric Cutaway Dreadnought Guitar:
I recently needed an acoustic guitar that was able to be plugged into the P.A. at our local Church. I am a well experienced Strat player but was lacking in any decent acoustic guitars and decided to purchase one. After several trips to local music shops including a couple of G/C's around the metro I purchased the Washburn WLD10SCE. I bought it on Saturday and used it on Sunday and was very pleasantly surprised how well it sounded running straight through the PA. I had a few minor issues at first, the action was extremely low for an acoustic and the high e and b strings were fretting out at the 10th fret. I changed strings and saw that the neck was perfectly flat so I adjusted it and found it to be very simple and took care of the string fretting out issue. The action is still very low and for an electric guy that's alright with me. I did have an issue with one of the bridge pegs (not sure if that's the official definition) the A peg kept popping out but I manged to reach success after a few attempts. The workmanship on mine is absolutely beautiful , didn't see anything in this price range that even came close to this. But the sound is what its all about and this one is a beauty both plugged and unplugged.
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