#1
I have always been an electric guy but lately the acoustic sound and strumming has been more appealing to me. I dropped my Epiphone Les Paul in for a setup and was told it would take a week. Not wanting to be without a guitar I picked a Washburn D10SK. A friend has one and I always liked how it played so I decided to get one too. I'll probably be up all night playing now. Here it is
Last edited by silver93t at Jan 25, 2009,
#2
I just picked up my Kramer, then I put it down, then I came to this thread....weird.

Anyways, nice Washburn. How much was it?
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#3
$299 at Sam Ash. I've been wanting a 2nd guitar but didn't want to blow a ton of cash. I could have gotten it for $50 less online but when I want something I want it then and there. Actually drove 45 min to another store than had one in stock because my local store didn't. I also got an extended service plan that includes free setup and stringing for life for $20 too. Seems to play better than my Ep Les Paul ever did. The action is very nice. Maybe it will be different after the setup. I'm happy
Ihor

<current gear>
Epiphone Les Paul Standard+
PRS SE Custom 22
Washburn D10SK Acoustic
Peavey XXX Super 40
Boss NS-2, TU-2, MT-2, DS-1, SD-1
Last edited by silver93t at Jan 24, 2009,
#4


Congrats dude!

I love Washburn acoustics. My local shop carries them, so I'm probably gonna get one eventually.
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#5
Quote by silver93t
$299 at Sam Ash. I've been wanting a 2nd guitar but didn't want to blow a ton of cash. I could have gotten it for $50 less online but when I want something I want it then and there. Actually drove 45 min to another store than had one in stock because my local store didn't. I also got an extended service plan that includes free setup and stringing for life for $20 too. Seems to play better than my Ep Les Paul ever did. The action is very nice. Maybe it will be different after the setup. I'm happy


$299 ain't bad, at least not for a washburn. Have fun with it.

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Congrats dude!

I love Washburn acoustics. My local shop carries them, so I'm probably gonna get one eventually.


My local shop carries them too. Although if I were ever to get one, I would want a Dime model.
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#6
I'm happy with it. Have been playing the last couple hours. Can't seem to put it down. I'm really surprised at the quality for the price.
Ihor

<current gear>
Epiphone Les Paul Standard+
PRS SE Custom 22
Washburn D10SK Acoustic
Peavey XXX Super 40
Boss NS-2, TU-2, MT-2, DS-1, SD-1
#7
I GOT A WASHBURN about a year ago and it was a pretty good guitar until i got my sg
#8
Congrats on the new guitar! She's a beauty.

And $20 for restringing and setups for life is ONE HELL of a deal. One setup will run you like $50 where I live. I've never even heard of this setups for life deal!
#9
I've got the same guitar... I love it! Great buy!
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#10
Been playing it a lot. Still getting used to the heavier gauge strings. My other guitar is still in the shop but its not a bad thing because I am enjoying this one now. This may sound stupid but I wanted a Washburn because my favorite band, Breaking Benjamin use them in the acoustic sets.
Ihor

<current gear>
Epiphone Les Paul Standard+
PRS SE Custom 22
Washburn D10SK Acoustic
Peavey XXX Super 40
Boss NS-2, TU-2, MT-2, DS-1, SD-1
Last edited by silver93t at Jan 28, 2009,