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Offline Bob Pyle

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Can You Identify This Washburn?
« on: August 27, 2018, 12:44:47 PM »
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Hi,
Can anyone identify the Washburn in the linked photos, above, please?
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What model is it?
When was it produced?
What is the body top, back & sides made from?
Any advice on a value would be appreciated too!
Thanks,
Bob 

Offline Tony Raven

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Re: Can You Identify This Washburn?
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2018, 12:29:39 PM »
Sure -- get us a serial number or a photo of the soundhole label (preferably both).
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Re: Can You Identify This Washburn?
« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2018, 11:16:56 AM »
Hi Tony,
Thanks for your reply. Much appreciated.
I found out the Washburn is a D-14N 1986.
So I'm not really interested anymore.
Take Care!
BobFK

Offline Tony Raven

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Re: Can You Identify This Washburn?
« Reply #3 on: September 01, 2018, 03:28:30 PM »
For the benefit ofthe peanut gallery, then:

All-laminate guitar (spruce/rosewood) with some nice detail work. Mahogany neck (typical Washburn). 1980-1992, so MIJ a strong possibility. Natural finish, of course; also available in TS.

Book value almost equal to a used D-10S, which I feel is overly generous, but likely based on the usual pointless demand for "vintage" gear.
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ACOUSTIC: DREADNOUGHT/SOUTHERN JUMBO MODELS (D SERIES)

These are all laminated guitars that had short runs in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
They then go on to list off 121 models & variants, beginning with the D6S (2010) & running through a multitude of D-10S on to D-12S,, D-13S, D-15S, D-17S, D-20S, D-21S, D-24S, D-25S, D-26S, D-27S, D-28S, D-29S, D-30S, D-31S, D-32S, D-33S, D-34S, D-36S, D-42S, D-42SW, D-44SW, D-46S, D-48S, D-50S, D-51SW, D-52SW, D-55SW, D-56SW, D-61S, D-61SW, D-64SW, D-68S, D-68SW, D-70S, D-70SW, D-80SW, D-82SW, D-84SW, D-90S, D-90SW, D-96SW, D-200S & D-250S.

They kinda overlooked a few, maybe...
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