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Offline 6net6runner6

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EA 11
« on: November 07, 2012, 02:00:42 PM »
I have a Washburn EA 11B Serial # S130701007.
Can't find any info any were about said.
Guitar is black with mother of pearl inlay from the head down the left side of the fret board with lodes of mother of pearl inlaid all over the front.
Any help would be greatly  appreciated. I was informed that based on the Serial it's 1997 year or there abouts.

If I knew how to post a pic I'd post a bad one of it.

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Re: EA 11
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2012, 06:55:13 PM »
Welcome your year is probably wrong. Could that be a  S.I. 30701007? that would make more sense.    Tom. :)   The first one or two numbers are ALMOST always the year.  We no it is not a 2013 or a 1913.   could be 81 91 2001 .  83 93 2003?  Or anything as far as that goes.LOL

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Re: EA 11
« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2012, 11:41:28 PM »
It could very well be S.I. Tom. Thanks; never thought of that with my old eyes. The year actually came from someone I had talked to at Washburn. Based on the serial he suggested it was 1997. But they don't have the records about it as the company has gone through various transformations.
Other then thinking it's the wrong year have you ever heard of such an animal as the EA 11?
I've heard echoes of it around but not much more hence my arrival here were everything is Washburn.

If you have any further leads or urban myths I can hunt down about this guitar I'd appreciate it.

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Re: EA 11
« Reply #3 on: November 08, 2012, 12:36:05 AM »
There will likely be someone along that has a book and will be more able to help you more. This thread is only a day old. Have you went to Washburn.com? and look under  about,  then  history? It might tell you somthing.   Tom.   :)