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X Series / hey maybe you can help I.D. this axe?
« on: June 18, 2009, 03:28:53 PM »
thanks guys !!!! also got an email from the WASHBURN home office as well with some facts. it'll take me awhile.......but i will certainly take a pic of it for everyone's input and time. thanks again . finding a jem like this dirt cheap always spreads good vibes. i like the sound of the pick-ups even ...not real loud and ballsy but nicely voiced (with a seymour duncan JAZZ type of tone) and i  won't put my usual DiMarzio X2N in the bridge since it has a sweet sound just as is...with all 3 pup  switch positions .....their own thing.  an ibanez rg 350 mdx will get the DP 102 laying around begging to be electrified......... later.

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X Series / hey maybe you can help I.D. this axe?
« on: June 08, 2009, 02:13:58 PM »
posted questions to the general elec. guitar list .....but no one had the correct info for me. perhaps you X-series Xperts can provide some pertinent facts specific to my new purchase... an x-series Washburn X-16 G14 , string through body guitar with a black body and grey top that has a very subtle ( not the new colorful skull artwork but an older skull design that is more like a sepia tattoo)....skull design on the butt.
                                         looks like the guitar was only available in Brazil so i'd like to know details about the materials and pickup output ( it has washburn's ....not the egnater ones)...when it was made? how much it sold for new? etc.....
                                           this superstrat plays like a dream and sounds way beyond it's price. i'm impressed. there is a pic of it at musical grellmann.com.br. thanks !!!!!!!!!!!!
                                                      casual J.

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also a pic at : musicalgrellmann.com.br
now , after seeing this......i am pretty sure that this model was sold in latin america (Brasil) and am wondering if in the USA also? sorry for bugging you guys but you know how it is when you score a beautiful find and want the background info on your new prize...............
                                                             joe

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kaboodle.com/reviews/guitarra X-16 G14.......PLEASE HELP !!
                                                    [:p] thanks !!!!
                                                             Joe
what /where/when about this guitar(please refer to the post.... my used WASHBURN X- seies

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on kaboodle.com/reviews/guitarra X-16 G14 .......there is a picture (although somewhat small) of the EXACT GUITAR i am asking about. now perhaps , could somebody help? thanks again.............
                                                                 [?]
                                                                 joe

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hey C.B. thanks for the link. that particular skull model seems fairly new and mine must be a bit older. the skull is much plainer and like a sepia tattoo without much red and no chains etc...
                     i guess it perhaps is a model only available in foreign countries? still wondering what the story behind it is all about. can anyone else help?

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just picked up a string-through-body Washburn X-seies guitar with a grey top on a black body that has a cool skull graphic on the butt. i saw it on a brazilian web site as this particular model #...the X-16 G14. it has two humbuckers and no tremelo bar(obviously).
      can't find any info out about it so can you folks help? i'd like to know:
             -- how old?
             -- original price new
             -- body material
             -- pick up type (egnater or washburn)
             -- pick up output and resistance Hz
             -- owner's comments , etc....
it plays way beyond it's price and gives  my strats and ibanez RGs some healthy competition for playing time. any and all info...maybe even some pics would be very welcome. thanks sooooooo much ! casual.
Joe


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