#1
good afternoon just bought this awesome guitar from the local shop here

i always wanted this guitar and every time i went to that shop to buy strings or whatever i always go and have a look and see if its still in it place and no one bought it (its the only one)

specs from the book






beautiful binding



loaded with Seymour Duncan® Distortion bridge pickup
Seymour Duncan® Jazz neck pickup




wow JACKSON much ?





another parallaxe in the collection

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the model name is Parallaxe PXS10FRDLXWB so yeah they should find a simpler names next time
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Pretty cool, what really interests me is that cutaway that a tonne of Washburns have on them, how much difference does that actually make when widdling away on the higher frets?
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Quote by Zaphod_Beeblebr
Pretty cool, what really interests me is that cutaway that a tonne of Washburns have on them, how much difference does that actually make when widdling away on the higher frets?

It makes a pretty big difference

Nuno started using them in the 80's. They are really just licensed from this guy
www.stephensextendedcutaway.com/

HNGD that looks pretty sweet
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#6
nice. high end Washburn's are really nice guitars. sadly the only dealer we had in my area is gone so i don't really get to try out new models.

enjoy
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Quote by Zaphod_Beeblebr
Pretty cool, what really interests me is that cutaway that a tonne of Washburns have on them, how much difference does that actually make when widdling away on the higher frets?



i haven't tried it yet i mean i played it for like 5 minutes in the shop because i had to go to work ( posting this from work )

and thanks to Robbgnarly for the info
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Quote by monwobobbo
nice. high end Washburn's are really nice guitars. sadly the only dealer we had in my area is gone so i don't really get to try out new models.

enjoy


yep im starting to love them
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Congrats, looks great. Did it come setup? The action looks super low!

I could do without the lettering on the cutaway thingy and it would also look smother if it were the same color as the body. A more original headstock wouldn't hurt either.

Looks really well put together. Can we get a pic of the back?
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Quote by billyTheShears
really nice, I love that finish, have fun with it


yeah man it look great although in some pics on the net it looks fire red but its a wine red
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#12
Yeah that looks really nice HNGD!
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Quote by dthmtl3
Congrats, looks great. Did it come setup? The action looks super low!

I could do without the lettering on the cutaway thingy and it would also look smother if it were the same color as the body. A more original headstock wouldn't hurt either.

Looks really well put together. Can we get a pic of the back?


the action set just the way i like it maybe its the picture angle

sure im going to take a picture as soon as i get back to home or grab something to eat first
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Quote by Robbgnarly
It makes a pretty big difference

Nuno started using them in the 80's. They are really just licensed from this guy
www.stephensextendedcutaway.com/

HNGD that looks pretty sweet


I have a Washburn N5 and an N24, both have the extended cutaway. Yes, it really adds a bit to what you can do on the higher frets.
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Quote by dthmtl3
Congrats, looks great. Did it come setup? The action looks super low!

I could do without the lettering on the cutaway thingy and it would also look smother if it were the same color as the body. A more original headstock wouldn't hurt either.

Looks really well put together. Can we get a pic of the back?



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#16
Sweet That looks badass.

I remember maybe 10 years back washburns were really good value here in the UK, but like monwobobbo, I haven't seen or tried any recent ones. But I really liked those older pro series ones.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Quote by Zaphod_Beeblebr
Pretty cool, what really interests me is that cutaway that a tonne of Washburns have on them, how much difference does that actually make when widdling away on the higher frets?


It makes a difference if you're a major thumb-wrapper and if you use the palm of your hand under your thumb to give you extra leverage for bends, etc. I don't really do either one, though I really like smooth neck heels (rather than the silly Les Paul clunky neck heel or the standard Strat clunky bolt neck heel).

It was developed for bolt-neck guitars more than anything else, and neck-through guitars like the Carvin series of superstrats don't need 'em. But it is a good bulletpoint for the marketing boys.
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Quote by Dave_Mc
Sweet That looks badass.

I remember maybe 10 years back washburns were really good value here in the UK, but like monwobobbo, I haven't seen or tried any recent ones. But I really liked those older pro series ones.



cheer up dave at least you guys have more than just two guitar brands to chose from
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Yeah that's true. Like I always say- there are far better places for gear availability than here, but far worse as well.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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I have a ton of old 80's stage series and wing series. I inherited all of em. Are they still worth$ in the U.S.?
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