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Not exactly a NGD but close enough! About 2 months ago I bought a factory blemished Washburn Parallaxe PXM10 (with full factory warranty and all that). I've given it a decent workout and I gotta say, I am very impressed with it. Straight from the store it played excellent - but I am not sure if the store I bought it from set it up when it arrived. He is my normal guitar tech so he probably went ahead and did so for me. The SD Jazz/Distortion combo sounds amazing, as you would expect since it is a classic combo. It has an original Floyd on it with silent springs and a big brass block I believe and I haven't had it go out of tune yet. The volume knobs are push/pull cabable to give it a single coil sound as well. This guitar can handle every type of genre I play, and probably even more!

I love the matte, satin like finish on it, and as for being a factory blemished I see nothing wrong outside of a very very small "dent" by the input jack, but it is not noticeable at all. It took me a good 20 minutes of looking at it under light to find it. I was scared to death when I first ordered it, but I am glad I did seeing as it saved me a couple hundred dollars that way.

I haven't restrung it yet, but I am going to very soon. First Floyd Rose guitar so I am scared to death I am gonna screw it up lol. I've been watching tons of videos and reading How-To's so I can go in prepared. Overall, I love this guitar. It is near the top of my list for favorites that I own.
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#2
Love it. HNGD! I played a used one while browsing and it was one of the smoothest guitars I've ever played. I'm pretty hugely against glossed necks but if I'd had the cash I would have bought in an instant. lol.
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Sweet I love mine, hard to believe the amount of premium features for the mid grade price! Buzz Feiten, brass big block, OFR, Grovers, ebony board, Duncans with push/pull pots, extended cutaway etc.

Washburn does a great job on mirroring the quilt top!

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Sweet I love mine, hard to believe the amount of premium features for the mid grade price! Buzz Feiten, brass big block, OFR, Grovers, ebony board, Duncans with push/pull pots, extended cutaway etc.

Washburn does a great job on mirroring the quilt top!

How are you liking that Stevens Extended Cutaway? Rock on Happy NGD!



Love the cutaway I am garbage at soloing so I don't do it often, but the times I need to be playing up that high it is great! I wish I could get a good picture like yours! Your color pops out real great. My house is too dark and cell phone camera don't do a lot to make the color "pop" haha.
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