« Last post by makeyafamous2266 on March 29, 2017, 07:42:14 PM »
How about posting some photos...don't recognize the model number.
Washburn sometimes puts a "W" in front of the rest of the model designation...for example, I have a WD32SW...the D stands for dreadnought. I also have a D-61SW, which is a dreadnought. Perhaps yours is a folk guitar, WF for Folk?
Washburn had a previous line called the D-10 series, now they have a WD-10 series...no telling which way they will go.
Have you done a forum search?
At any rate, if it is a Washburn and you have the model right it might be a dreadnought (a fairly large guitar with squared off "shoulders", all laminate. Pics might help a lot....photos of the guitar and the label inside the sound hole and perhaps a shot of the neck-block inside the guitar. Don't forget the head and the rosette...sometimes the distinguishing feature between model numbers can be the number of rings in the rosette.
There are many more knowledgable members than me....perhaps Jim Smith, Jr will chime in. He has a huge collection of Washburns.