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There is an article in Vintage Guitar Magazine about some of Washburn's early electric guitars. Interesting reading. Thought I would mention it. And I think this will be my last post here. I see that I have to keep typing in the stupid verification identifiers. I wonder if all these hackers, that mention everything except Washburn guitars, has to do the same.

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Show Us Your Washburn / Re: Washburn WM-200
« on: May 29, 2018, 07:41:18 AM »
I don't have any pictures, but have a '98 WM-200. What is the difference between to WMP and WM-200? Mine looks almost identical to the WMP shown. Except mine has no red in the sunburst. Just brown. Best looking burst I've seen, in my opinion. And thanks for your service.

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Festival Series / Re: Buzz Feiten
« on: April 14, 2018, 07:20:59 AM »
Thank you. That's what I thought. It's not that important. I just was curious. But I think I'm going to quit making any posts here. In order to make a post, I have to post what 6 letters I see in a block. Then I have to answer a rather stupid question, which is " if you have a spruce topped guitar, what is the top made of?" Who comes up with this stuff?

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Festival Series / Buzz Feiten
« on: April 13, 2018, 10:09:38 AM »
As I was playing my EA10SDLK, I got to thinking about something. I've read on here that we need to buy a turner specifically made to tune our guitars that has the Buzz Feiten tuning. I've never bought one. Just used my regular tuners. But the EA10 SDL has a built in Fishman pickup, with tuner. Anyone know if the Fishman tuner here is specifically for the Buzz Feiten? Or just a regular tuner. Just curious.  PS, I was on here a long time ago. I tried to sign in on my old name and password, NOGIN 007, but since I have a different phone carrier, email, and all, I couldn't sign in. So I had to establish a new identity. PPS, and what is with this verification process I have to go through every time I make a post. Is Washburn trying to drscourage people from posting now?

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Festival Series / Re: EA26 help
« 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.

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Festival Series / Re: EA26 help
« 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.

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Guitar Care, Repair, Modification & Lutherie / Re: razor sharp fret ends
« on: January 30, 2018, 07:39:52 AM »
The guitar might just be dry. The guitar is built in the Far East, then shipped to other locations for purchase. The climate changes tend to effect the wood, making changes. Purchase a quality hydrometer for guitars, and follow the directions. After the guitar has been rehydrated, the fret ends will seem to disappear. Hope this helps.

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Announcements & News / Early Tacoma serial numbers
« on: January 06, 2018, 08:58:27 AM »
Looking through posts about serial numbers, I haven't seen this mentioned. When Tacoma started making guitars for Washburn, Tacoma used their numbering system on the first runs, before Washburn noticed, and informed Tacoma how they wanted them numbered. When Tacoma started, in the first year, they used a 4 number system, using the Julian date. The second year, on Tacoma guitars, they used a letter followed by 4 numbers. I don't know how many guitars Tacoma used that system on before Washburn told them to change. Jim Smith might know.

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Vintage and Rare Washburns / Re: What is a Washburn Savannah Worth
« on: January 01, 2018, 07:16:42 AM »
Any numbers on the neck block, inside the guitar? Look inside, back toward the neck.

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