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Offline 59 texas proud

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Washburn D-94LTD
« on: August 14, 2017, 02:14:22 PM »
I purchased a D-94 LTD several mos. ago and cannot find any info on these guitars.  I don't know if this is considered a fair, good or better than good.  I'm assuming a solid spruce top laminated B/S, but anything else related to quality on these?  It is a great looking guitar!  Any help?  Thanks

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Re: Washburn D-94LTD
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2017, 07:18:02 AM »
Washburn has fairly consistently followed a system of model designation over the years...if the model number has no letters following the model designation it is an all-laminate instrument. According to this system, your D94LTD is an all-laminate guitar...maybe!!!

I say "maybe" because the LTD designation usually indicates some special construction techniques. For example, Washburn produced a very highly regarded model (D10S) and a very special model of the D10S line called the D10SLTD. THE "LTD" model had enhanced lutherie, such as wood bindings rather than the white "ivoroid" bindings.

So...yours is an "LTD" model and that usually means something special...we do have a number of historically knowledgable forum members, perhaps they will chime in with more information about this unusual model. Stay tumed!!


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