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Here's a link to an album that features some of the Washburn guitars in the collection:
Guitar Care, Repair, Modification & Lutherie / Re: xb 500 bantam
« Last post by david123 on September 15, 2018, 03:13:30 PM »
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that's beautyful. Thanks for the information guys.
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Thanks for your input! I went to the local music store yesterday, and the guy that worked there suggested essentially the exact same thing as you. I'm currently a student in graduate school, so I think the lower price might be the selling point for me at the moment. Not to say I won't upgrade late on, but it would probably be in my best interest to not blow my once-a-month payment on an expensive pedal! Thanks again for the info!

No hands-on advice, but (as a former sound assistant) I like the look of the BBE Acoustimax acoustic instrument preamp pedal. It offers three bands (the Mid is semi-parametric, meaning you can adjust its center frequency), a notch (great for knocking out mains hum), & an XLR lo-Z out.

There ARE better devices out there -- particularly Fishman or LR Baggs -- but generally at double the $150 tag on the BBE.

If you want to try out something downright inexpensive, though, consider the Behringer ADI-21 acoustic modeler/driver/DI. Not as sturdy, but still has the XLR out & three-band EQ with para mid. Plus, it uses DSP-type modeling to add simulated tube warmth to the too-common harshness of piezo pickups. Can still be found new for $30.

Show Us Your Washburn / Washburn Force 42 Headless Bass Guitar
« Last post by Kai Mexico on September 09, 2018, 09:57:44 PM »
Hi There ! I just got my Washburn Force 42 Bass guitar and I realy wonder if there is any more information about it. I could not find any serial number or anything. It is a very nice bass guitar but it would be cool if there is any further information.

You can put usual strings on it, and be careful with the clamp on the top piece. Don't confuse them because you might get a problem with the highest string.

General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / Re: Can someone ID this please
« Last post by Butcho on September 09, 2018, 03:09:33 PM »

Thanks again for the info
Here's a link to an album that will feature other Washburn musical instruments and accessories:
General Discussion on Washburn Electric Guitars / Re: Can someone ID this please
« Last post by Butcho on September 08, 2018, 08:14:17 PM »
So do you think that plate is accurate on the back of the neck?

Is it made in USA ?

And are you saying the neck may have been replaced ?
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