#1
Has anyone on this site played one of these? Look at this one on sweet water, the PXL10:

http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/PXL10WA/


Ebony fretboard, super jumbo frets, seymour duncan jazz and jb pick ups, grover 18:1 tuning heads, USA made, and all for $650?




That's a pretty sweet setup and definitely improves Washburn's image, in my book, for those specs alone.


Is the parallax line trying to replicate any other style of guitar or is this a Washburn original? I might have to just pick this one up.
#2
Quote by johnturner9


Is the parallax line trying to replicate any other style of guitar or is this a Washburn original? I might have to just pick this one up.



Looks very PRS like
#3
Looks like a sweet axe, but I doubt that it's made in the U.S.A. for that price with those features.
#4
It is one of the incarnations of Washburn's Icon series. They are good guitars; even the ones made overseas. I think it will serve you quite well.
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I doubt that it's made in the U.S.A. for that price with those features.


+1

Washburn used to make it pretty clear on its website which models were USA-made, but I just had a look and it seems pretty coy about it now
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