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I've had a dream Partscaster in the back of my mind for a long time (based on a 69-style Tele Thinline), and was planning to use a Classic Vibe Thinline as the basis for it. I saw this loaded sunburst thinline body on Ebay and I got it for a great price. The seller claimed that it was a Classic Vibe, but since that only comes in a natural finish, I was hoping that I was getting a nicer body unbeknownst to the seller.

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I've been thinking about buying a Telecaster or Stratocaster copy (low budget). I had the chance to try both "designs" at a local music store and I can't decide which one to get. Artists i like include: Jimi Hendrix, AC/DC, Santana, the Beatles, Queen and Daughter. I like the Teles look more but I feel like Strats are more versatile.

I would realy appreciate some advice.
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Hollowbody & Jazz Series / J-9 Washington serial number and case????
« Last post by Aplam on Today at 06:01:20 AM »

I've got a white Washington (without Bigsby) which I've had for 7 or 8 years and love..
Can anyone tell me when and where it was made please?
S/N is: S7034516 (I assume it's '97, but don't know if they even made these in '87).

Also, It seems that hard-cases for this model are like rocking-horse poo.. Does anyone know if Washburn can still supply one?

All the cases that I've found so far which are large enough to accommodate the body are too deep for it.UC browser SHAREit MX player

N Series (Nuno Bettencourt) / Picked up a '92 N2 - questions.!!!
« Last post by Aplam on Today at 05:58:55 AM »
Hey guys, have some questions here. Just picked up a Feb '92 N2 today. Was a little mistreated with a friggen BLOWTORCH!!, but I figured when I have some time I can sand most of it down and refinish etc. See pics. LOL. dorky but nice to have another early 90's N2 in the home.

Anyways ...a little weirdness. My main guitar since I bought it new is an August '91 N2 which I love. After picking up the '92 today I noticed it was almost too long for the case which i have always used for mine. Weird i thought. So i get home and take some measurements. lol.

Seems the body on the new one is almost exactly 1 inch longer. I measured from the lowest part of each cutaway to the bottom of the guitar and compared with my '91. Weird??? I would have thought that the 91 and 92' were the same given that the serial number is only 6 months apart.

Also took a digital caliper to both necks. The 92 is very slightly wider at the 1st and 12th fret than my 91, and the nect is slightly thinner than my 91 (measured from the 12th fretboard to the back of the neck for thickness). Mobdro

Any thoughts? I'll try and post some pics.

my 91 is has the N2 decals, and the 92' well, has the s**ty torch job lol. Sitting in my lap playing position i like the bit bigger body of the burnt guitar.

Glad you got it up and running. The only criticism I would give the BT8 & 10 is there was not much in the way of color choice. There was red, like yours, and a very dark blue flamed version. that's it. That was during a time when red and blue seemed like pretty much all they had. These models would look killer in an antique or amber gloss.
btw, since starting on this thread, I pulled out a bunch of old spare hardware I have and think I will change all the BT10 chrome hardware for black. I have direct replacement Grover tuners in black and a black Washburn 800S in great condition I will put on it. I may do the internals upgrade you did as well while I am at it push/pull pots and switchcraft switch and jack. What are UGC pots? I am thinking the old standard, CTS, is the way to go - maybe with a little drilling though.
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Hello everyone,,
Washburn always has had a round about way of finding me. I'm looking for a new acoustic in my local shop, and a few washburns caught my eye, for around 400-500. I've been playing on and off for a few years, but don't conisder my self anything but a newbie. Looking at some guitars for future purchases.

I just haven't known many people who own any acoustics to get a feel on if they're quality. The shop I frequent, has them and there's a couple I really like.

Just looking for some input,


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