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Offline Jo_GTP

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Classical guitars
« on: December 18, 2014, 06:01:43 AM »
Is there somes "all solid wood" electro-classicals guitar ?

-C104SCE : Solid top only
-64SCE : Solid top only

Washburn Parallaxe PXM20 EFTBM
Washburn MG34 Mercury Series
Washburn WG-587 Pro USA 7 string
Washburn WD250 SWCE Timber Ridge
Renaissance RG7500
Yamaha ERG 121C

Schecter Stiletto Studio 4
Peavey Grind 5
Ibanez EX Series

Somes Peavey and Yorkville

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Re: Classical guitars
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2014, 02:13:57 PM »
I own a C124SWK...not an A/E model. There were not very many of them ever received (I think Nick may have said 24 pieces), you can check my thread in the "Vintage/Rare" forum at the link right below:,17444.0.html

When I spoke with WBNick about the issue, he told me there were only about twelve C124SWCE models ever received...he said none of them ever made it out of the warehouse, they were all snapped up by employees.  I have yet to see one for sale anywhere, but Nick knew a lot about the inventory, so I have no reason to doubt his word.

Keep an eye on eBay and Craig's List...but don't hold your breath!


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