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Offline Daytopper

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New Owner of a D10s Washburn
« on: January 26, 2010, 02:21:03 PM »
Hi Folks,
Just bought a repaired D10s from a friend of mine and got a great deal.
50 Bucks plus 14 dollars shipping. Guitar was dropped and then repaired by my friend who works part-time in a Luthier's shop. He doesn't like it due to the narrow neck.
(will post pictures later of before and after)
Just ordered a Bone saddle from Bob Colosi.  I'm very impressed with this Guitar. The Volume and Tone of this Guitar is amazing (Hopefully it will only get better.) very comparable to My martin and to most of the guitars I've tried in the last few weeks at all of the major music dealers in Raleigh where I currently live. Will post those Pics soon and Just wanted to say How much I was impressed with Washburn.
Ken S.
 

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New Owner of a D10s Washburn
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2010, 03:35:01 PM »
I think you'll find many fans of the D10 on this site.  And, if you like the D10, you should visit a Washburn dealer and try the D46's and above.  The sounds just keep getting sweeter!

Mark

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Washburn D10SCE
Washburn D10QBK (Son's)
Washburn C10N Classical
Sivertone Model 319
Ibanez DCL St.Chorus 1985
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