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edilson.manacero:
Hello guys, I talk from Brazil.
I bought recently a XB 500 use, and I don't have the entire information about the wood use to construct this bass.
Somebody can help with this?

Edilson.

psp742:
Hello and welcome to the Washburn forum,

I'm Ric, I own a few Bantam bass.. namely XB400, XB500, and XB600. I don't remember exactly what wood they used.. if your serial number starts with letter 'S'.. it is made by Samick Korea.. which later open a factory in Indonesia.. MEKer may know more on the Bantam series bass.  There is a Washburn bass club in Talkbass - https://www.talkbass.com/threads/the-official-washburn-club-part-3.1060572/page-324#post-20150682  I'm sure someone can answer your question on bass specs.

edilson.manacero:

--- Quote from: psp742 on June 21, 2017, 06:46:37 AM ---Hello and welcome to the Washburn forum,

I'm Ric, I own a few Bantam bass.. namely XB400, XB500, and XB600. I don't remember exactly what wood they used.. if your serial number starts with letter 'S'.. it is made by Samick Korea.. which later open a factory in Indonesia.. MEKer may know more on the Bantam series bass.  There is a Washburn bass club in Talkbass - https://www.talkbass.com/threads/the-official-washburn-club-part-3.1060572/page-324#post-20150682  I'm sure someone can answer your question on bass specs.

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Thank you Ric, I will enter in the Talkbass.

Edilson

psp742:
glad to see you join Talkbass..  the moderator will give you a number if you want.

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