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Guitar Care, Repair, Modification & Lutherie / 1989 D12ce/N Best beginner strings
« Last post by WApple8 on July 20, 2018, 12:07:46 PM »
I recently purchased a used D12ce/N, SN- 8903141 and am interested in any input regarding the guitar as well as what strings would be best for a beginner to use.

Thank you in advance.
General Discussion / Setting up a Problem Solution Essay
« Last post by erikgrobberts on July 20, 2018, 01:39:41 AM »
Make a list of issues you to have encountered in a part of these social affairs. Now and again, there is an arrangement for an answer yet it isn't working, or potentially the arrangement isn't being maintained. The issue doesn't should be a noteworthy one, yet it must be something you can induce different people ought to be and can be handled, or potentially improved. Educate a memoir regarding the issue. Use a situation or imagined story illustrating why this ought to be disentangled.
Announcements & News / Re: The Washburn Guitar Collection
« Last post by Adsixnine on July 19, 2018, 06:41:40 AM »
that cool ;)
General Discussion / How to Write a Controlling Idea Essay
« Last post by robbinrwhite on July 17, 2018, 04:59:55 AM »
One of the initial phases of making a compelling essay is declaring a controlling thought. The controlling thought of the essay expresses your driving supposition, conviction or contention in regards to the essay subject. A solid controlling thought is sufficiently expansive to incorporate various examples and points of view, however sufficiently centered to keep the essay around a consistent and simple to take after track. Once you've found your controlling thought, you are set up to expand the thought into an insightful, balanced essay that gives proof to help your position. Set up a realistic coordinator to give a visual manual for your essay. One way to deal with a realistic coordinator is a crate web.
Vintage and Rare Washburns / Re: the reality of "Limited" & "Special Edition"
« Last post by ship of fools on July 16, 2018, 09:54:06 AM »
this is nothing but bulls**t and it makes it very obvious that NOBODY gives a s**te as to these freakin spammers all over this forum and no one left to get rid of these stupid posts by these a*****esss so if you wnt to know about your age old Washburn well no one left to answermyour questions this is my last post here and this forum can go fkc itself
General Discussion / Re: used Washburns on the market
« Last post by Tony Raven on July 15, 2018, 01:35:33 PM »
To the handful of people (as opposed to adbots & scammers ::)) who still read this site, my apologies for not keeping up with this thread. I'll eventually clear out the dead links.

A WI64M3, $200. An unusual variant, nice red "crackle" finish.

If you'd like to add a great Tele clone to your arsenal, the WI-36 is unique: basically a Gibson-scale Tele with a mahogany body. On this one, the butterscotch blonde finish is quite nice, as is the $150 tag.

A nice red hss Shadow Series WS-6 (with, naturally, Grover Rotomatics), a mere $70.

As I've often said, "the market" is populated with fools. There are all sorts of Mavericks littering the landscape, prices continue to slide, yet people will pay more for a beat-up Fender Affinity than for a sweet Maverick.

Don't see many of these, especially at this price: a BT-3 in cherry sunburst, $80 (+$60 s/h). Sometimes the "clown paint" CSB looks pretty good.

If you don't mind black, you can get a BT-3 for twenty bucks less.

I'm being responsible, paying down my credit cards. Naturally, highly desirable Washies appear at bargain prices. A month back, I pointed up an eBay listing for a two-HB BillyT. The pre-Mavericks often had generic diamond-can tuners & other corner-cuts. However, this BillyT (basically an early BT-2) had some unique attributes:
  • gold hardware
  • Grovers
  • mini-humbuckers (metal cans like the old Firebirds)
Well, save me from myself -- here's another, $130 + $55.

A few others catch my eye. While it's $281, that's not bad for Washburn's short-lived RS-10V, a PRS clone but with Rose bridge. Even the series prefix is begging for a lawsuit, but it gives you the Standard 24 config AND the discontinued classic short neck heel AND higher build quality (& significantly lower price) than the SEs AND a vibrato too.

Finally, the one I hate walking away from: D-46SCE. I am proud to own a D-46CESPK, but I've always wondered how much better the spruce-top version would be. Making it tough is the recent price drop to... $180. :o
Show Us Your Washburn / Re: My Washburn lyon series WE2
« Last post by Tony Raven on July 15, 2018, 12:37:26 PM »

IME, not quite so good as the subsequent Shadow Series models (which have Grovers), but still a higher-quality guitar. I think the Lyon Series was actually spun off as "Lyon by Washburn," intended to get the parent brand out into large retailers (particularly Canada). My guess is that these clones were short-lived because cheaper (& lower quality) clones swamped them. (The Shadows were soon dropped in favor of the unique Mavericks.)
Vintage and Rare Washburns / Re: the reality of "Limited" & "Special Edition"
« Last post by aaruydv on July 14, 2018, 03:53:46 AM »
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General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / Re: Lost forest Idol
« Last post by A.J. on July 14, 2018, 12:53:18 AM »
Hey, I know this post is old but I just happened across the thread while doing some research.  I've got one of the three you're looking for.
I've got one. Bought it from Eric at Boogie St.
Show Us Your Washburn / Re: My Washburn lyon series WE2
« Last post by vunamesyx on July 12, 2018, 01:20:07 AM »
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