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Offline gkeogh

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Washburn P4
« on: February 02, 2018, 05:12:34 AM »
I've just acquired a Washburn P4 custom shop USA. It was in. A bad state disassembled and all the paint had. Den sanded off as an incomplete refinish. I'm going to have it refinished and return it to its former glory, finished in an antique violin burst and satin finish with cream plastic and SD slash pickups.

My question. However, is where could I get a Washburn case for it? They seem to be quite sought after guitars from some of the threads on the forum!

Thanks
Gary

Offline Tony Raven

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Re: Washburn P4
« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2018, 02:59:22 PM »
Well, I know the body style has been through a few incarnations: P series, CT series, Carved Top, Centurian. Most regularly associated with Nuno (before he got his own model).

There's no cases mentioned in the 1997-1999 pricelists or 1998-1999 catalogue. Old retail pages say a hardshell case was included; the P2 reissue had a gig bag.

If you're looking for a fitted case with the "Washburn" brand, you might be out of luck getting a new one, though you could get in touch with an authorized Washburn dealer, or contact Customer Service directly.
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