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Offline floyde

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« on: February 10, 2003, 02:13:53 PM »
I am learner of a couple of months and bought a second hand d12 b serial no 800526 which i belive is a 1980 model,since i have had this
i see all the reviews rate the d10 new one,s,which is better or easier to learn on as i am thinking of getting one,any advice please
p.s does anybody have any info on the one i have i.e what type of wood e.t.c[:)]

Offline LAPetrarca

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« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2003, 05:10:53 PM »
Hey floyde!  [:D]

To the best of my knowledge (and a semi-educated guess thrown in), I'd say you've got a laminated Spruce top with laminated Mahogony back and sides.  If there's an S after the model number, it's a solid top.  The B is probably a black finish?

If you're happy with it, a trip to your local Tech for a setup can make it a whole lot easier to play.  Here in the states, a setup runs anywhere from $45 to $60 (US).

If you opt for an upgraded instrument, hopefully another Washburn, just be sure that you get a solid top.  As you play the instrument and it ages, the top opens up and the sound improves.  [:p]

Have fun and enjoy!  [8D]

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Offline bakertone

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Re: d12
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2019, 07:32:05 PM »
I'd agree with LAPetrarca. It sounds like you have a laminated top and sides.