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Offline KennyBoston

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1998 Washburn D250S
« on: December 27, 2015, 10:15:55 AM »
I bought this guitar brand brand new and it has been sitting in my closet until now. Lost my receipt and cannot find any info anywhere, not even in the Washburn catalog.

Offline YerDugliness

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Re: 1998 Washburn D250S
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2015, 01:06:27 PM »
I am not familiar with a D250S model.

Could it be a D25S??

Either way it is a dreadnought style body with a solid wood soundboard and laminate sides and back. Other details, such as the serial number on the label inside the body of the guitar, can be of assistance in finding info related to date of manufacture, etc.

Photos are always a big help. Most of us use Photobucket and just copy the IMG code and paste it into the body of our post.

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Offline Tony Raven

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Re: 1998 Washburn D250S
« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2016, 11:41:53 AM »
Just as the D100 is simply a D10 with an extra zero to designate a short run for some Big Box retailer, I suspect the D250S is a D25S.

Dunno why the receipt is at all important -- do you recall what YEAR you bought it? Can you remember what store you got it from? Did you write a check or use a credit card, or was it some shady cash-only transaction in the alley? :o How many fingers am I holding up? ;D

Anyway... IMNSHO, a new guitar really does need to be played some, before the glue is completely rock solid & permanent. I've tried a few "closet classic" acoustics, a decade old & more, that are simply dead & don't sound half as good as a beat-up plywood version.
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