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Title: Kc 100
Post by: KC 100 on August 04, 2009, 06:20:49 PM
Hello, Greetings from a Washburn newbie, My Question is, Can anybody describe a kc 100 to me? Did They really exist? or Are they like the Great Yeti of tibet, that only lives in peoples imagination. Can anyone provide a picture? Or any other info they may have? Thanks
Title: Kc 100
Post by: cedwards on August 05, 2009, 08:59:00 AM
quote:
Originally posted by KC 100

Hello, Greetings from a Washburn newbie, My Question is, Can anybody describe a kc 100 to me? Did They really exist? or Are they like the Great Yeti of tibet, that only lives in peoples imagination. Can anyone provide a picture? Or any other info they may have? Thanks


Like this?

(http://i31.tinypic.com/2s96no9.jpg)

Described as follows on nickrundell.com:

Washburn KC100 - basically a poor copy of Mark Knopfler's famous Pensa Suhr, only in Red. I butchered mine back in the day when I couldn't afford an Ibanez RG. It was my main axe for nearly 10 years. It's seen better days, but it's high on character.

Oh - and sorry for the slow response. Welcome to the forum if you're still here.


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Title: Kc 100
Post by: KC 100 on August 06, 2009, 05:51:04 PM
Bolt on? Neck thru? What colors? Pickups? What years made? Looks like you found the same picture and article i found. not much info there. and yes i'm still here.
Title: Kc 100
Post by: Jeffrey Chen on July 28, 2010, 07:29:31 PM
The guitar in the picture which you guys found is mine. I got it in 2002 and was made in 1989.

Neck thru, very thick paint and I think it's ugly; it's like a jackson SL1 but heavier.

Maple body but doesn't sound like a esp kamikaze, it weird.

Here is the information about this guitar.
(http://i307.photobucket.com/albums/nn307/MG8873/KC100Chicago.jpg)

This guitar originally equiped with complex electronics, and mine replace the three little switch with a 5-way switch, and a TB4 in the bridge position.

I love this guitar, the neck is thicker than my les paul but more comfortable. And the shape of  headstock is cool. Love it.
Title: Kc 100
Post by: Tio Kimo on July 28, 2010, 11:14:49 PM
am i wrong, or does that flyer give conflicting info? Is a Neck through also considered a variation of a set neck? The text on the left clearly states neck through construction but the inset specs call out set neck construction?

Not that it makes a damn bit of difference. Beautiful guitars.