#1
Posted here instead of continuing the pit post.

So heres my questions.

Has anyone ever played any type of Washburn? How did it sound/feel/play?

Are they generally good guitars?

My biggest question, how come on the Washburn site, there will be 1 guitar selling for 2,000+ then another for like 300 dollars? Doesn't seem like they separate their guitars.
#4
I have a Washburn acoustic and it's great. The new HM Washburn electrics look really nice. I really want to try one.
#6
I have two Washburn's and I prefer my cheaper one (nicer neck, pickups aren't as muddy), which is rather weird.
#7
I played a cheap Washburn my friend has. It felt good, can get used to the neck easily. The action could of been a little lower though. It had a big sound that as soon as you play you noticed it immediately. On the other hand. I have another friend who has a acoustic washburn that i hate. The action was too high, the neck was bending upward when it was new, it sounded okay, the neck felt kinda sticky and slow.
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I have two Washburn's and I prefer my cheaper one (nicer neck, pickups aren't as muddy), which is rather weird.



What washburns do you have?
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btw....washburn makes great guitars, i regret not buying one i saw in a pawn shop a few years ago.
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#10
I reviewed the WI-64V idol in the current FrugalGuitarist.com. A good guitar all around, voiced a little dark but that's what amp eq is for. Their VCC control is interesting as well. I've also played the Scott Ian signature Murder Weapon (review will be in the August issue). The Egnater pickups in it were incredble, but the guitar was neck heavy (then again so are pretty much all SG styled guitars).
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#13
i have an X30 and it is fantastic.
payed €500 for it and its better than a lot of €1200 guitars my friends would have.
in terms of sheer value for money they cant be beaten.
the mega-cheap ones are only ok though. spend more than €500 and you'll be laughing.