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  THANKS FOR YOUR TWO CENTS psp742,

 Yea it still drives me nuts too, not being right over the poles of the humbuckers. I'M some what of a perfectionist when it comes to things being where there suppose to  b and not working or looking how there meant to. So this is going to bother me till I get it looking right. I will have to brake it down and check the humbucker cavity to see if thats the prob or something else. None the less I want it PERFECT LIKE it SHOULD B. Will let u know the outcome as soon as I breaker her down for a look see. Thanks for your two cents. :) All cents is thoroughly appreciated, Especially when I'm kinda cents less ( LOL )  :-\ when it comes to all this stuff. Until next time, much thanks will also try to put some pics of cavity when i getter open
            UNTIL NEXT TIME ROCK ON GRINGOLOCO361

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Show Us Your Washburn / 2002 WI64 WASHBURN
« on: May 15, 2013, 10:21:04 AM »
 

    HERE IS MY WASHBURN I PICKED UP FOR $125.00 AT A PAWN SHOP IN VERY GOOD CONDITION !!! HELL OF A DEAL :P :D

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 New to this forum i just bought a 2002 WI64 from pawn shop in good condition. But didn't come with a case and would like to get one for it but can't find one. Did some research  and for that year the case was a GC40 but can't find that case. Also string don't line up right over pick ups they are off to the right side a little. I'm just starting to learn how to play guitar and just learning all the ins and outs of the set up. Is this normal it still sounds good just looks funny. How would i get them to line up right over the pick ups. Don't want to screw anything up. Didn't notice this until I got it home and started to really give it a good look over. Got it for a Bill and a quarter.

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