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I found a flint hill d52sw for pretty cheap online but I can't tell where it was made, I have a D48 Comanche (native series) and it sounds great, but it has had several crack repairs cause the PO's let it get too dry so I try to baby it. The flint hill looks similar to a lot of the USA custom shop stuff but the price and year makes me wonder if it is Chinese or of some other origin. I want something nice that sounds similar to my comanche but without the cracks so there's less worry if I take it somewhere.

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Washburn Dealers Section / Looking to buy d48 Comanche
« on: July 04, 2017, 07:18:53 PM »
I posted about this in another section but I'm new to the forum so I'm not sure if it's in the correct place anyways I am looking to buy a 96-98 d48 Comanche. I recently purchased one for a $100 in pretty rough shape and while it sounds amazing I would love to find one that is in better shape and then just keep my beater for a parts guitar/spare if ever needed. If anyone has one of these that they would like to part with please let me know, I am definitely interested.

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Vintage and Rare Washburns / Looking for d48 Comanche
« on: July 04, 2017, 06:31:22 PM »
I recently purchased a 97 d48 Comanche for $100  the guitar was in rough shape with a few cracks on the top and I've had to repair them and unfortunately had to do some refinishing:(. I would normally never touch the finish on something like this but it was bad enough if left alone the guitar would end up needing a soundboard in the next year or so. Anyways it was severely dehydrated and not only did the top have two large cracks in it but it was also badly bowed in. I was given the sound hole label all tattered in a bag along with the bridge that had come off, the dream catcher decal is missing off the headstock. It has the right shape but wrong color pickguard on it, it has on of the cheapo black replacement ones on it. It also appears that it has the right shape but wrong color headstock on it like maybe it was damaged and replaced at on point or who knows it may have came that way since the wood on the neck and the fretboard and binding are correct. Looking at the tag, body, neck and the TC stamp on the inside of the guitar where the neck is attached tells me it is definitely a D48 Comanche that may or may not have been pieced with another guitar. Despite all the damage and the work that had to be done this thing is loud clear and sounds absolutely amazing and is one of the best sounding guitars I have ever heard.. I have contacted Washburn and they said they don't have any parts for this thing. I would love to find one in good condition that has all it's correct parts but have been searching to no avail if anyone has one that they would like to sell I am definitely interested, please let me know. Thanks

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