#1
Hey, do you guys know which guitar brand that the guitarist for disturbed uses? I got paul reed smith and schecter. Could you guys help me out?
#3
dan donegan uses his own Washburn Mia series guitar, named for his daughter.


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#4
He used to use PRS, he may have changed to Schecter at some point, but now, he has the sig. Washburns.
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#6
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washburn - why i dont know


c'mon now have you ever actually tried a washburn? not the $500 and under crap that they and every other company puts out I mean like the mia sig or the idols? I own to washy idols from a custom shop in pittsburgh (soon to be three mwuhahaha) and they blow everything out of the water especially in that price range.
#7
There's a Dan Donegan Signature out there, I've seen it but they are really hard to find. Just google Washburn Dan Donegan.

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Looked like a BC from a long distance.
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Quote by twistudriffer
c'mon now have you ever actually tried a washburn? not the $500 and under crap that they and every other company puts out I mean like the mia sig or the idols? I own to washy idols from a custom shop in pittsburgh (soon to be three mwuhahaha) and they blow everything out of the water especially in that price range.



yeah i knoww, but if you were in some huge metal band would you really get a signature washburn over other brands? i wldnt...
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yeah i knoww, but if you were in some huge metal band would you really get a signature washburn over other brands? i wldnt...


well

Scott Ian
Nick Catanese
John Donias (at one point)

would disagree with you on that one ....
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#11
Try the new Vindicator or the strat shaped guitar in that series. Those are freaking epic. I plan on getting the Vindicator with the next few months. hell yea!!!
#12
If Washburn would offer me a sig guitar, I wouldn't hesitate one second

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#13
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well

Scott Ian
Nick Catanese
John Donias (at one point)

would disagree with you on that one ....



cough dimebag cough lol

i've never actually given washburns a chance.. mostly based on looks:S:S

i guess i have to try them lol.
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Quote by twistudriffer
c'mon now have you ever actually tried a washburn? not the $500 and under crap that they and every other company puts out I mean like the mia sig or the idols? I own to washy idols from a custom shop in pittsburgh (soon to be three mwuhahaha) and they blow everything out of the water especially in that price range.

99% of Sig models are POS's.
#15
Washburn guitars are incredibly nice. I was at Sam Ash last month because I was like, hell, I'm bored, I wanna go try out some guitars. Right before I had to leave, I picked up a Washburn because it had some EMGs (wanted to see how it sounded through a certain amp, can't remember which one) and it played amazing. It was the best playing guitar I had tried there all day, much better than the other couple of guitars I had tried. I just wish I could remember what model it was
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#16
It A Washburn Maya (not mia)
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#17
I tried the Nick Cantonese model (or whatever is name is from Black Label Society...I have a feeling it's Cantese or something, and not a dialect of chinese :p ) and the neck was big, sticky, and HORRIBLE access to upper frets; seriously, the Les Pauls I've played had better access, and LPs are know for large neck joints.
#18
He plays a MAYA Washburn signature. They are discontinued but you can find them on ebay and various other sites if you look hard enough. There's the DD60, 61, 81, and the one pic above is the 91. Prices range from a few hundred bucks to around $1,500 for the top of the line. Bridge pickup is an El Diablo, never seen one of those in another guitar. I've always wanted one.
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I tried the Nick Cantonese model (or whatever is name is from Black Label Society...I have a feeling it's Cantese or something, and not a dialect of chinese :p ) and the neck was big, sticky, and HORRIBLE access to upper frets; seriously, the Les Pauls I've played had better access, and LPs are know for large neck joints.



http://www.boogiestreet.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=36&Itemid=42

I'm not arguing with you cuz everyone has their own taste but here's something to look at when comparing idols and pauls. Eric Mckenna makes some good points
#20
Quote by twistudriffer
http://www.boogiestreet.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=36&Itemid=42

I'm not arguing with you cuz everyone has their own taste but here's something to look at when comparing idols and pauls. Eric Mckenna makes some good points


It's all fine and everything he makes a video about how it's supposedly got better access, and it's sound on paper, but I swear, the Idol I played was just terrible...that and it SOUNDED terrible (same goes for the Jon Donais model). I'd rather have a beefy necked Les Paul, and I've got really small hands.
#21
if washburn came back out with the CFH dime guitars i would sell internal organs just for the money to buy it.
#22
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if washburn came back out with the CFH dime guitars i would sell internal organs just for the money to buy it.



actually the site with the video I posted above makes southern cross db guitars and they are sick. I played one at their shop but stupidly passed it up