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Show Us Your Washburn / Info on this WI 66A Korean "Evil Twin"
« Last post by staninutah on July 02, 2018, 09:04:05 PM »
I've had this WI 66A  Korean "Evil Twin" for a couple of years and can't find anything about it except that Nick Catanese left the Washburn relationship around 2009. Serial N 04031221 Plays really good. Any info would be appreciated. I would upload a pic but I can't see how from this post.
Festival Series / Re: model J30SCEB
« Last post by ship of fools on July 02, 2018, 10:38:22 AM »
So you are looking to sell it haven't seen to many black ones but at best you may see around $300 for it they dont come up for sale very often at all and they were a fairly short run of 2 years only it very similar in playing like the J28Cumberlands if you had the case to it would be a bit higher like around 425.00 they were decent enough.
Announcements & News / Re: The Washburn Guitar Collection
« Last post by Cornish Boy on July 02, 2018, 03:42:38 AM »
WoW  thank's Jim, next time my lady moans about me having a few Washburns I've got proof that it could be worse.

Great Guitar Collection thank's for sharing......
General Discussion / Serial Number help
« Last post by dlogic22 on July 01, 2018, 09:44:28 PM »
Need help identifying year and model: BC70810769

Announcements & News / The Washburn Guitar Collection
« Last post by bigcity2 on July 01, 2018, 01:57:38 PM »
Some of the Washburn instruments and accessories in " The Washburn Guitar Collection " can be viewed at:

As time permits; I'll add new photos weekly....
Show Us Your Washburn / Comfort Series WCG25SCE
« Last post by Washburn is my FAVORITE on July 01, 2018, 07:03:28 AM »
I love my WASHBURN guitars!!!  Especially my WCG25SCE Comfort Series. (wish I could figure out how to upload a photo if it- this page is not very intuitive)
I have 4 Washburn acoustic- 2 Dreadnaughts, a Festival, and this one.  (Also a Nextar electric).  I have other "iconic" American acoustics, but I always pick up my Washburn acoustic first.  It sits closest to my favorite chair.  I bought my son a Washburn acoustic.  He could make that guitar sing!!  Sadly, he has passed away.  I will always remember him playing his Washburn D25S.   Long live Washburn guitars!
Festival Series / Re: model J30SCEB
« Last post by Tony Raven on June 30, 2018, 07:02:16 PM »
That is unusual enough that I would have to boot it up to someone with far more knowledge than me.

If you don't have a great guitar shop nearby -- a place that deald primarily in quality acoustics -- there are a few online options. My first recommendation would be Elderly Instruments; they charge $50, & will send you an actual written appraisal, the sort of thing that'd hold up in court. ;)

Even better might be Gruhn Guitars, though they charge $75.

But if you want to know what it might actually sell for, rather than just what it's "worth" (in a perfect world, under ideal circumstances), you can check with actual auction houses. I've been treated well by Heritage Auctions, who regularly have guitar auctions, & are in the business to make money so will be blunt about what you might realistically get for it.
Vintage and Rare Washburns / Re: Washburn D-14-AB???
« Last post by Tony Raven on June 30, 2018, 06:45:40 PM »
These pop up once in a while --

With a low model number, it probably started life as a "beginner" guitar; Blue Book says retail price was $350 its last year (1992).

The last two letters are probably for color; I'd guess Amber Brown.

Unless there's an "-S-" after the model number, it's very unlikely to have a solid-wood top.

The D15S was sold 1998-2000. Blue Book puts final retail at $599, & value at maybe $500 in perfect condition, or about $350 in Excellent.

The D-14 was pretty much replaced by the D-10; a D-10S (spruce top) retailed for $350l, & the current WLD10S has a street price of $299 new.
Show Us Your Washburn / Re: The Washburn LS-103 and LS-93
« Last post by Tony Raven on June 30, 2018, 06:26:48 PM »
Oh, wow.  :o

Isn't that one of the rarer Washburns? I've seen the catalogue, but that's the very first time I've seen one "in the wild."
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