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Offline ricardolamos

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Washburn Wings
« on: January 11, 2017, 10:48:47 AM »
Just in the process of buying a mint Falcon from 1979.
Any others out there own these guitars and if so what is the current view on value?

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Rich

Offline Cornish Boy

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Re: Washburn Wings
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2017, 05:16:28 AM »
Hi Rich, the Wing series are my favourite guitars as you can probably guess by the picture. Price wise in the UK in great condition I would say £500 wouldn't be over the top for a clean Falcon model. They do come up on auction sites occasionly but to find one in good condition is a challenge. Great Sound Great Build, what more could you want in an instrument ??


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Re: Washburn Wings
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2017, 08:13:02 PM »
Nice.. I love my Wing Series T-bird vibrato..
Force 84 ABT B-30 MR
Festival 90 EA20B
Billy T 94 Bk
Bantam 96 XB400 Bttrsctch, 98 XB500 Bk, 94 XB600 BkFlam
Maverick  98 BTM MR/MB, 97 BT3 Rd, BT-4 Tobacobrst, 97 BT-6 MtlFlkBk
01 RB2000 Bk
04 WG587 MR
X-series 05 X-33 Bk
Idol 05 WI36 Bk, 05 WI64 Bk
Comfort 14 WCG18CE Na
Wing 84 T-bird Tobacobrst