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Hi all, Newbie here. Having scanned numerous posts I can't seem to find what I'm looking for.

I recently acquired a Washburn G10-v (HSS pickup config' with 3x pickup on/off switches - Wonderbar Trem) with a 6 digit serial number 550***.
It has the 'hockey stick' style headstock.

I am assuming it's Japan made (don't know what factory) 1985 model but can you tell me if this is a Panther series or Force series guitar?

Many thanks

Weird - never seen anything like it. Sorry.

Thanks for replying anyway -  ::)
Weird - never seen anything like it. Sorry.
Festival Series / Re: EA26 help
« Last post by chrisbcritter on March 14, 2018, 07:32:34 AM »
I'm sure there is a thread for these type issues somewhere in this forum.
Why don't you take your question there? This thread is about my guitar.
General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / Anyone Recognize This Creach-Sture?
« Last post by sonso on March 14, 2018, 12:21:10 AM »
Anyone know what model, year, or anything about this machine?
Festival Series / Re: EA26 help
« Last post by Dummy001 on March 13, 2018, 07:33:11 AM »
Every time I have tried to post, there is a box with 6 letters, with instructions to type the letters shown. Another box under it asking a dumb question, like " if you have a spruce topped guitar, what is the top made of". Really dumb. If I don't type those 2 sections, it won't post. I was on here a long time ago, and posting was simple.
Guitar Care, Repair, Modification & Lutherie / [RESOLVED]SS80 Pickup Volume
« Last post by Hylenz on March 12, 2018, 02:48:20 PM »
My '93 SS80 has a weird problem i am having trouble figuring out. The SS80 runs SD TB4-J pickups, black with gold parts. There is a single volume pot and no tone pots. One 3 way switch. No battery or other electrics. The bridge pickup works perfect, screams actually. but the neck pickup seems to be real weak. That is, when I cut to the neck pickup, db level goes way down comparatively to the bridge pickup. This is not pickup height related.
I have tested the switch by swapping the 2 pickups connections to the switch, same result, neck pickup very weak. I just installed a new SD Invader pickup at the neck and it does the same thing. Could the volume pot be the culprit? it is the only thing that i have not tested or changed. The volume pot is stamped "Washburn USA  0U812" and another number i cannot read (R29 maybe). Which leads me to, where can i get a replacement for this volume pot? Not sure they are all created equally.
Thanks in advance.

[RESOLVED] Had the wiring wrong. 4 wire pickups in a 2 wire system need to connect the red and white wires together. I checked this on the original SD TB4-J neck pickup and was wired correctly, but still had the low output issue. I suspect the pickup is malfunctioning. The new Invader works great now.
Festival Series / Re: EA26 help
« Last post by Dummy001 on March 12, 2018, 07:26:34 AM »
The case looks just like the one I got with my EA10SDL, in 2010. Nice looking guitar.  And why do we have to post what these images are, and answer questions to post a reply. Seems to discourage posting. It wasn't like this when the forum started. Weird. Guess I won't be posting much here.
Festival Series / Re: EA26 help
« Last post by chrisbcritter on March 11, 2018, 02:31:18 PM »

Festival Series / Re: EA26 help
« Last post by chrisbcritter on March 11, 2018, 02:29:29 PM »
It seems to be an excellent fit.
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