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Offline p1astic

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Help to identify N4
« on: December 30, 2013, 01:00:46 AM »
Hi guys! Need ur help, i guess is it true n4 or not? It's look very similar, but one thing annoying me - all words on the guitar are scratched and looks like stickers. Maybe u can tell me washburn support email to send them pictures to identify the guitar.

So there is photos

https://box.yahoo.co.jp/m/guest/list?sid=box-l-5e3ew4nsboiq54n2bdbk6howz4-1001&uniqid=0ee29de9-8e70-4570-a49f-aa8def9d8c3c

Thanks! And BTW may be someone have n4 for sale?:)

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Re: Help to identify N4
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2013, 02:03:45 PM »
Hi guys! Need ur help, i guess is it true n4 or not? It's look very similar, but one thing annoying me - all words on the guitar are scratched and looks like stickers. Maybe u can tell me washburn support email to send them pictures to identify the guitar.

So there is photos

https://box.yahoo.co.jp/m/guest/list?sid=box-l-5e3ew4nsboiq54n2bdbk6howz4-1001&uniqid=0ee29de9-8e70-4570-a49f-aa8def9d8c3c

Thanks! And BTW may be someone have n4 for sale?:)

It appears to be a real N4 to me.  If it's going to be a guitar you'll play a lot, I wouldn't worry about the scratched decals.  you can order replacements anyway.  It looks like a early 2000's N4 Padauk and it has an original Floyd Rose (bonus!).  Are you looking to purchase this particular guitar?  What is the seller asking?  If the price is right, I'd grab it then clean it up a bit (with some #0000 steel wool on the neck to remove the hand gunk) and rock it out!
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Re: Help to identify N4
« Reply #2 on: December 30, 2013, 11:43:18 PM »
Thanks! Scratches is not the main problem, i'm interested why they are looking like stickers. And one more thing is that: in the place where is SEC sign and patent number there are no underline, i ve looked a lot of nunoguitars in the google, and all of them had underline. It's very strange, don't u think so?

And i'm sorry for my grammatic:)

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Re: Help to identify N4
« Reply #3 on: January 01, 2014, 05:09:00 PM »
 I would have to agree with Skeesik that it.s definitely a real N4, although it could have been a B stock simply because of the decals, which makes for a real bargain! It's certainly a real beauty of a Paddy.

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Re: Help to identify N4
« Reply #4 on: January 02, 2014, 09:06:39 PM »
3 of my 4 N4s have decals on cutaway and headstocks , perfectly normal and they all have made in usa and serial stamped on back of headstock
Washburn 2008 N3/n4 , Washburn USA Custom N4 sapele with aged copper hardware, Washburn N4 Alder and maple board  , Washburn N4 Swamp Ash 2.0, Washburn N61,Gibson Les Paul Traditional Pro II, ESP George Lynch SKull and Snakes , Mesa Boogie Stiletto Ace in Emerald Green Tolex And tan grill