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Acoustic Guitar Players Post Comments & Questions / Southern Jumbo
« on: April 21, 2006, 03:36:56 PM »
I believe it's 44mm (or 1.7 inches)

Originally posted by Dubbs37

Quick question to jbeery: do you happen to know the nut width of the SJ25S?  I've been looking around for size but can't seem to find the info.



Sorry, can't help here at central.

None in stock anymore.

The Stevens cutaway is one of the main draws and benefits of the N series guitars, without it, it wouldn't be a N series guitar really.  

Maybe you should check out an X series guitar?

They're a somewhat similar style body guitar (without the reverse headstock) and don't have the Stevens Extended Cutaway.

Originally posted by rikkitzo

I'd like to address this question to the Washburn peeps.  I've been using the N2 for years.  I am just bothered by the Stephen Cutaway Design.  It is smooth and stuff but I would really like to see a neck through body N Series Guitar.  I imagine it to look exactly like an N4 with a pull-pot like an N2, Original Floyd rose, Maybe a louder neck pick-up.  How much would it take to have this guitar made?  How about coming up with one and maybe a hardtail version.  This would be the coolest thing in the world next to a Van Halen Frankenstein 5150 graphic designed dress tie.

I have never played anything but an N2, well in fact I did but I liked the N2 better so why bother.

General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / HB-35S Serial Number
« on: April 21, 2006, 02:09:12 PM »
It's a 1995 model.  There were no HB35S's made in 2005, and the HB35's made in 2005 were manufactured in China.  The S denotes samick which was the factory in Korea we used.


Originally posted by dkgrady


  Thanks for the info.  The debate is on...  see below:



Thanks for the email.  It appears to be a 2005 model, made in Korea.

Best regards,

John Slevira
Customer Service Representative
U.S. Music Corp.
444 E. Courtland St.
Mundelein, IL 60060 USA
FAX: 847-643-5170

They're standard humbucking pickups, which ones you wish to get is a matter of preference, most humbucking pickups will fit into the cavity.  

Originally posted by praw

thnks dude,
but if i were to get new pickups, which ones would u guys advice me to get


General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / My new/old guitar.
« on: April 21, 2006, 01:43:14 PM »
It's one of the Washburn Wing Series guitars, from 1981.  There were several made, the falcon, eagle, raven, etc..  It's hard to determine which one without comparing photos.  But you might try a search for the Wing Series and spot the model.

General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / HB-30 Serial number
« on: April 21, 2006, 01:40:52 PM »
Yes, manufactured in 1998.

General Discussion / Rank Todays Acoustic Artists.......
« on: April 21, 2006, 11:33:15 AM »
I'm disqualified because I can't vote for myself 3 times. lol.

There is no way I can determine what dealer has what guitar in stock unfortunately.  
We have the guitars in stock available, but I noticed you're not interested in the 2006 model, so I'm not sure what I can do for you here on the customer service end.

Good Luck!

General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / serial number?
« on: April 21, 2006, 08:46:01 AM »
The A10 was part of the Stage series of guitars produced in the 80's.  Based on the serial number, the guitar is likely a 1980 model.

The only online dealer that I'm positive carries Vinci strings all the time is Elderly instruments

US Music also manufactures Mojo strings as well, that's a new line of strings that are actually really good from my experience testing them, but they're probably not available at too many places as of yet. (website still being built)

I can say, they are all wound here in the US outside Chicago.  Even the ones on the imports are made here and exported to string the guitars up with.


Originally posted by Humngbrd

Originally posted by mrmudcat

Yes they use vinci's on all including the us built ones. I believe they bought the company[:D]

How interesting. I looked up the Vinci info and I believe you're right, they are owned by US Music. Does anyone buy and use these regularly instead of the better known Martin, Gibson, D'Addario, Elixir, etc., and how do you think they compare?
I personally was not impressed by the strings that came on my D10S-12 but in all fairness they were obviously not fresh.


Could be a lot or reasons.  That's not something that can be determined via email really, you need to have a tech look at it to determine the cause.

Originally posted by RoN_Washburn

I have a washburn x series guitar its a pack deal with guitar amplifier,tuner,guitar jack...but its sounds sharp is there any option to make it sounds nice....or i need to buy a new amplifier

General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / WM100
« on: April 20, 2006, 04:54:26 PM »
14 fingerboard radius.
Discontinued in 1999.

I have no idea why they discontinue any model, usually change in guitar trends, material available, or just a desire to try new designs I would guess, but I'm not the product manager.


Originally posted by Hendy5

Does anyone know the fingerboard radius for a WM100? I'm about to purchase one, and I'm trying to find as much info as possible about them.  Also, anyone know what year they were discontinued, and why?


General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / Washburn J-19
« on: April 20, 2006, 04:50:56 PM »
There was no J19 made.  The guitar you described is likely a J9.  Which is a fine hollow body import, wish I had one honestly.

Retail list price on the guitar was $299.90 when it was last produced.

regardless of what it's made from, $10 off retail list isn't much of a deal?

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