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Announcements & News / SERIAL NUMBER
« on: March 20, 2010, 09:11:56 AM »
Where is a Dime with the serial S5089172 from and when was it made?

Summerdog posted a Blackjack with the serial S50681741.
nogins response: With the S beginning the serial, it should be Samick, Korea, 1995.

So I guess the same goes for the one i am looking at. Samick, Korea, 1995. Correct?

Show Us Your Washburn / My newest addition
« on: January 21, 2010, 07:44:30 AM »
More porn ;)

Show Us Your Washburn / My newest addition
« on: January 13, 2010, 03:30:59 AM »
By the way: Since when do 333s have a V to C neck profile? And also the volume/tone knobs got bits carved out like I've never seen before (can upload pics of the knobs).

Having toyed with it a bit I have also found the mechanics to be much smoother than on my other 4 Dimes. It's noticeable with the grover tuners but really shows with the floyd rose. The fine tuners of the FR turn as soft as butter.

Announcements & News / SERIAL NUMBER
« on: January 12, 2010, 07:11:22 AM »
So if I take SK for Samick - Korea then my Dime 333 Dimeslime with the serial SK00017512 was made by Samick in Korea in 2000 ?

Show Us Your Washburn / My newest addition
« on: January 12, 2010, 05:31:52 AM »
Finally my Dime 333 Dimeslime has arrived after 1 month.
I have no idea what USPS has done all this time. The weirdest thing was that once it finally left New Jersey it took two weeks (without any update on the status) to get to ... New Jearsy again. Why? No idea.

Anyway, besides it taking so long the guitar was also packaged horribly.
There was a clear thin plastic wrapping between guitar and cardboard, that's all.

No protection from the humidity (it arrived quite damp; hope the wood wont change) nor from handling.
I am actually very surprised it made it here in one peace the way it was protected.

Now for the pics :)

I really like the finish on this one as I do not care for the ones with the dark green edges at all.

Show Us Your Washburn / My Washburns
« on: August 21, 2009, 10:36:44 AM »
Where do you live Ascension, i got to rob you :D

Show Us Your Washburn / My Washburns
« on: August 20, 2009, 05:29:33 AM »
Here you got the whole family:

+ my 2 none Washburns

Show Us Your Washburn / My Washburns
« on: August 01, 2009, 08:56:23 AM »
Maybe the serials would help.
The black is 05021338 and the blue one is 02011036.
So what does this tell me? Does it tell me anything at all? :)

Show Us Your Washburn / My Washburns
« on: July 30, 2009, 09:07:53 AM »
After years of browsing through the forums i have finally decided to register.
The quality of the pictures my camera takes is lousy and in addition they also turn out too bright.

Anyway, here they are:

This is my Funky Munky FM-333. It plays and sounds great especially since i put a BL-500-XL in (though i must say that even the stock pickups kick ass). It's only taped cause i still couldn't get myself to attack that beauty with a drill [8D]

Here is the first of my two bolted 333s:

I just love this purple/brown/blackish color.
Also, could anyone tell me if this was a special series as i have never seen one with this color before.

This is the other.

I am used to seeing Dimebolts with a rather lurid/almost neon blue and a few normal ones but none with a nice and dark/smooth blue like this one. Could almost be a Dime 3 [:D]
And again, would any one know if this was a limited series?

By the end of next week my newly acquired 333 Trendkill should have arrived as well. Wont be posting pics of that though since everyone knows what it looks like anyway (The one with the skull on the back)

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